Is this the worst year to be an architecture graduate?

Cadillac Ranch by Ant Farm, which thrived in the 1970s recession.

No, says Peter Murray, previous recessions have proved highly creative for architecture – a view which Jeremy Till considers elitist and not taking into account the far higher levels of student debt

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