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The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic #13

The latest in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the front line of architectural education. This week: The Transfer Window

The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic #12

The twelfth in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the front line of architectural education. This week: The Reviewer

Anonymous Student

The Diary of an Anonymous Student #2

The second in an ongoing series about the day-to-day travails of a student battling through the architectural education system. This week: End of Year

The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic #11

The eleventh in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the front line of architectural education. This week: Employability

The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic # 10

The tenth in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the frontline of architectural education. This week: the Art School

The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic # 9

The ninth in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the frontline of architectural education. This week: the unit system

Anonymous Student

The Diary of an Anonymous Student #1

The first in an ongoing series about the day-to-day travails of a student battling through the architectural education system. This week: Studio Marketplace

Anonymous academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic #8

The eighth in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the frontline of architectural education. This week: privilege

The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic #7

The seventh in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the frontline of architectural education. This week: Pop(ularity)

The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic #6

The sixth in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the frontline of architectural education. This week: Research

Part I student Ecaterina Stefanescu’s artist colony and art gallery in Ho Chi Minh City [University of Huddersfield - show 2014]

Student Shows 2014: University of Huddersfield

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Richard Waite reviews the University of Huddersfield’s end of year show

Alistair Hudson-Industrial Architecture & Public Realm.

Student Shows 2014: Dundee School of Architecture

By Alan Macdonald

Alan Macdonald reviews the Dundee School of Architecture’s end-of-year show

Joshua Cole

Student Shows 2014: Plymouth University

By Philip Yunnie

Philip Yunnie reviews Plymouth’s end-of-year show

WINNER: Matthew Webb\'s Kennermerland Visitor Centre & Conservation Laboratory in the Netherlands

De Montfort student wins 2014 3DReid prize

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A student from Leicester School of Architecture has won the 2014 3DReid Student Prize

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UEL students unwrap NLA pavilion Video

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Architecture students from the University of East London (UEL) have completed this pavilion outside the Building Centre, on Store Street, London

Design Council Ones to Watch

Design Council launches '70 Ones To Watch' competition

By Tim Clark

The Design Council has begun a national hunt to find the architects and designers of the future as part of its 70th anniversary celebrations

Joe Paxton

Bartlett student bags £6k Foster travel scholarship

By Max Thompson

A student from the Bartlett School of Architecture has won the 2014 RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship

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Architect students launch petition for better HS2 designs

By Helen Gilbert

A petition has been launched demanding better designs across the proposed new High Speed 2 network

Rainforest, designed by GUN Architecture. Image: GUN Architecture.

GUN Architects designs 'micro-climate' pavilion for AA

By Rakesh Ramchurn

GUN Architects has designed a pavilion with its own ‘micro-climate’ which will be installed at Bedford Square outside the Architectural Association in May

Call for entries: 2014 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

By Sean Kitchen

The 2014 Buckminster Fuller Challenge is now accepting entries for the ‘socially responsible’ award and its £59,000 top prize.

The Anonymous Academic

The Diary of an Anonymous Academic #13

The latest in a series about the unreported trials and tribulations from the front line of architectural education. This week: The Transfer Window

Nathan Ovens: \'Winning the 3DReid prize was an honour\'

Nathan Ovens: 'Winning the 3DReid prize was an honour'

Nathan Ovens, a member of the four-strong team from the University of Bath which scooped this year’s winning 3DReid Student Prize, talks about the project, his education and not letting architecture take over his life.

Hellman student life/practice life - diva and spear holders

Hellman Files #105

By Louis Hellman

A trawl through Hellman’s archives, in which we uncover gems that are as relevant now as they were then.

Tony Fretton, principal, Tony Fretton Architects

Fretton: ‘Raise the bar higher at the schools’

By Emily Booth

Tony Fretton has claimed entry requirements for architecture school should be ‘much higher’ and has advocated a tougher four-year course ‘with a high failure rate’.

Danielle Ladrum

Student shows 2013: Leeds Metropolitan University

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Laura Mark reviews the Leeds Metropolitan University’s end of year show