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a PhD in live projects and architectural education

This weekend, I will be reading:

Getting back into the rusty art of reading more efficiently and reliably (funny how that suffers without practice) with a continuing aggressive assault on a broad reading list of books I’ve been meaning to get to. Till’s Architecture Depends needs revisiting because I owe the BD Book Club a review. Garry Stevens’ The Favored Circle has been a long time coming and I am enjoying it immensely; he refers to Architects’ People on a few occasions, so I’ll be dipping into that at some point as well.
Also, for occasional dipping, a seemingly bottomless bag of Swedish Easter chocolates and sweets…
From left to right:
ELLIS, R. and CUFF, D., eds, 1989. Architects’ People. 1 edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
TILL, J., 2009. Architecture Depends. 1 edn. Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
STEVENS, G., 1998. The favored circle : the social foundations of architectural distinction. Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

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