Hoi polloi

What people want: populism in architecture and design

As a practitioner and an academic, I am increasingly disturbed by the widening gulf in knowledge between these two areas, the deficit, it seems to me, being on the side of the academic. It is disappointing to find that the knowledge deficit applies to other disciplines, too.

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