Architecture students discussed the future of architectural practice at a recent two-day symposium looking at the possibilities for participatory design modes and entrepreneurial working, all viewed through the differing lenses of students, practice and client.
Daisy Froud, founding director of AOC Architects, author and academic, opened the event with a keynote lecture, followed by a series of workshops with the students. Daisy is the co-editor of Radical Pedagogies: Architectural Education and the British Tradition and teaches at the Bartlett and the London School of Architecture.
Day two saw a range of practices from the south west and beyond present their hints, tips and lessons learnt. Kast Architects, PBWC, Kerrison Stock and Stride Treglown all gave the lowdown on how to survive and thrive in the industry.
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