A great component of UK architecture education is acquired in practice.
Your article (News June 14) tells us that Boris Johnson promises 400,000 new homes in the capital in the next 10 years and goes on to tell us that he has a target of 40,000 affordable homes a year.
I read with interest the article by Hank Dittmar in which he addresses the intensification of development in London (Opinion, May 31).
Instead students could choose between a 5+0 integrated award or a 4+2 route to architecture qualification
With university accommodation now defined by the developers’ desire to cram students in as densely as possible, high-quality design may be too much to ask, says Owen Hatherley
Cedric Price’s Polyark project sought to unite architecture students across the UK - now it’s been given new life as an international event that could be the best thing to happen to architecture education this year
Neil Mathews and Lawrence Johnston behind Arcex plan
Practice to refurbish three Soviet-era blocks for Krakow University
John McRae on how Lego, Alex Ferguson and oil painting can get you there
Graduate architect Zoë Berman has set up a fanzine to offer young architects a space to publish their own writings
Dutch architect specialises in sustainable urban design