Alan Dunlop's comments
why is that worth pointing out?
Immaculate renders of what looks like a very interesting and contextual project. Good luck with it.
Excellent, long overdue.
"I feel it is frankly immoral for schools to be producing unemployable graduates." Agreed and agreed also that there are too many schools.
As for the most effective way of teaching architecture, I'd be interested to find out the number of the heads of these many schools are experienced in the craft of architecture, have actually built projects of some scale....... or at all.
Frankly, Glenn if you want to read a great article on the problems of architectural education read Austin Williams on sustainability supplanting critical engagement then Penny Lewis on the need for a core method and text, rooted in the study of history, context and culture and the modern movement.
I think you should say what you really mean Respor.
Congratulations Bruce and good luck.
Not unconvinced at all.........actually pretty ambitious and I'm thankful for it.
Is there a site plan and plan(s)?