As a visitor to the Architectural Revolution - the Architecture Week event where architects shared their expertise with visitors to the Millennium Wheel - I have to say that the project seemed fundamentally flawed. Architects at the moment seem convinced that they are universally loved, but this experiment rather suggested otherwise. As far as I could make out visitors were, at best, looking out of the window and ignoring the speaker, and at worst trying their utmost to persuade the 'expert' to shut up. So this is what happens when architecture meets its public. Perhaps we should keep ourselves to ourselves.
Andrew Lewis South Kensington