Sunday, April 12, 2009

are architecture students up to the task?

the monocle's weekly podcast (episode 16) has a great interview with ilse crawford on the quality of recent graduates from design and architecture schools. she speaks starting at around 33 minutes until the end of the podcast. there is apparently an associated print article, but i haven't had any luck locating it yet.
"there is a fundamental problem with the way that many perceive design - it's not funny shape-ism. it's about giving form, framing the way that we a way that gives greater meaning, greater depth, that shapes the way we behave, that shapes the way we interact, that changes our values around our experience..." -ilse crawford

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