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Neo-classical for now

Students at the V+A on Friday. Advertisements

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UNESCO Event in Tehran on World Architecture Today

It’s World Architecture Day today! I was asked by Sinan Pakand of University of Tehran if I could participate in an event he’s involved with in conjunction with the UNESCO office in Tehran. I met Sinand about seven years ago when … Continue reading

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Editorial matters

I’m very much looking forward to running a workshop on editing for Information Experience Design students at the Royal College, as part of a Summer School they run in the School of Communication. It’s so important for PhD (and any … Continue reading

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Always inspiring, never failing

This isn’t some dive into self-pattery, it’s all about London. Much as I hate the idea that we’re leaving the EU (or maybe not?? such a mess is being made of it, there seems a distinct possibility it won’t happen), … Continue reading

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AAXX100

AAXX100 breaks down into AA Architectural Association, XX female chromosome, 100 centenary of women first being allowed to enter the School as students in 1917. There’s been a programme of events for the last couple of years leading up to … Continue reading

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Teaching Year

It’s only the beginning of spring (hurrah!) and already the teaching year is done. Maybe because I’m such a novice at this still but the process is really fascinating, from planning and delivery to marking. Yes, marking … which I … Continue reading

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Welcome to 2012

Already the new term at Christ Church Canterbury University is underway. I had my last session on the First Year course Interpreting Media yesterday – a pleasure to see how many of the students had taken on what’s been said … Continue reading

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