The RIBA again reports the need to raise the public perception of architecture (AJ 22.11.01).
Should it not first raise the perception of the architectural hacks who bemoan, reduce and dig at architecture in our daily newspapers?
The thin, clichÚ-ridden and lacklustre articles, more often than not ripped off from the architectural press, add nothing to the debate. Must the AJ complete this futile cycle by featuring soundbites from the Evening Standard's architectural correspondent, Rowan Moore?
Rory Gregor, Pollbank Edinburgh