Architecture schools too white in focus, says Prasad

The restored Amiriya complex in Yemen, which won an Aga Khan award this month, is unlikely to be studied by UK students.

Schools of architecture must rethink their focus on the work of white, western architects, RIBA president Sunand Prasad has claimed.

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