Comment on: ‘Inspirational’ Ted Cullinan dies aged 88
I lead a biennial studies abroad course to the UK focused on sustainability for graduate students in architecture. When I was first setting up the course in 2006 I was scouting work that I admired and Ted's was prominently in my view the Maths at Cambridge, the Gridshell at Weald and Downlands, the Elementary School at Millennium Village, and more. I marked TCA as a must see firm with admiration for Ted's vision and craft. Since 2006 my students have participated in a one-day charrette at the Cullinan Studio during each studies abroad course. Ted's generosity of spirit lives on at the practice. Thank you Ted!
Bruce Haglund, Distinguished Professor of Architecture, University of Idaho
Every 2 summers several teams of my grad students work with local firms to design an alternate Serpentine Pavilion en charette for a day...none of them has won the Pritzker yet, but often pose salient critique of the standing pavilion. And they were blown away by the Dulwich last summer. I hope that it continues as a launch pad for young UK firms.