learning architecture


a PhD in live projects and architectural education

colloquium |kəˈləʊkwɪəm|

noun ( pl. -quiums or -quia |-kwɪə|)

an academic conference or seminar.

ORIGIN late 16th cent. (denoting a conversation or dialogue): from Latin, from colloqui ‘to converse,’ from col- ‘together’ + loqui ‘to talk.’

I enjoyed a very nice long coffee (well, actually, two annoyingly short coffees, extended shamelessly over three hours to spite the waiter who took 20 minutes to deliver a substantially smaller coffee than I asked for) in London on Friday. A friend and I were plotting something educational, enjoyable and hopefully of practical value to research students in the built environment. Watch this space in the next month or so for an announcement and an invitation.


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