learning architecture


a PhD in live projects and architectural education

Summer breakages

I’ve received a number of insightful and helpful comments regarding my post back in June on student numbers in UK architectural education. A number of these shed valuable light on my somewhat blunt statistical pencil (use it or lose it seems to be the moral of the story), and I am very grateful for those contributors who have suggested more appropriate or more accurate ways to handle the data available to me. It is a work in progress, and I will keep you updated.

Meanwhile, we’re in the midst of the long summer vacation at QUB. With the exception of a few brief excursions, I’ve been mostly working through it from home. I am approaching the final six months of my PhD, and am preparing the first major draft of my thesis for late October. If I write here less as a result, please understand that it’s because I’m focusing all available resources on that long slog.


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