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john mcrae

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  • Comment on: Women architects paid a quarter less than men

    john mcrae's comment 23 April, 2014 8:19 am

    If this survey is correct then I would like to understand which architectural practices still believe this is acceptable. It seems unthinkable that a supposedly forward thinking profession still acts like this. As laurel and hardy would say 'that's another fine mess you got me into'

  • Comment on: You asked for it. We built it. The AJ is now on iPad

    john mcrae's comment 31 October, 2012 12:49 pm

    I have been using the iPad app for the past couple of weeks and it is very good. It is easy to navigate, intuitive and projects the AJ brand well although I hope a positive repsonse to the app doesn't mean the phasing out of the printed magazine.

  • Comment on: You asked for it. We built it. The AJ is now on iPad

    john mcrae's comment 31 October, 2012 7:51 am

    I have been using the iPad app for the past couple of weeks and it is very good. It is easy to navigate, intuitive and projects the AJ brand well although I hope a positive repsonse to the app doesn't mean the phasing out of the printed magazine.

  • Comment on: Good design can heal

    john mcrae's comment 25 March, 2011 7:26 pm

    I wish I had the opportunity to read your leader prior to meeting you at the awards judging today. I completely agree that architecture can aid the healing process by sensitively designing for the physical and emotional needs of patients and families. My work with the teenage cancer trust and the feedback received has convinced me that the profession can make a difference. It is frustrating that the NHS do not fully embrace the benefits that great patient spaces can make; it would save money in the long term!