Building on his 2012 ARQ article, Gordon Murray discusses the need to rethink architectural education at a time of rapid change. As a new generation of savvy and digitally agile graduates emerges to reinvent the profession, how well are they supported by the current educational model?
Schools Within Schools
Read about Ryder’s approach to stakeholder engagement in Public Sector Build Journal’s article: When Ryder Architecture was given the opportunity to design a new build school, Denton Community College, the firm's extensive collaboration with teachers, pupils and stakeholders resulted in an exciting and challenging brief.
This report outlines the framework for freeing up thinking about the education system and the way schools work: the time when learning happens, the spaces in which teachers plan and deliver lessons, the range of people who help to support learning, and the places where schools can operate and be located.
Gordon Murray, writing in ARQ, discusses the need to review the structure and practices of architectural education.