The Other Reason Why Architecture Students Can’t Find Jobs

April 1, 2012 in Books & Quotes, History

We’ve all seen the Washington Post article decrying the architecture degree as the worst investment one could possibly make. What gives? Some simply cite the recession-incited collapse of the construction industry. While true, I’d argue the recession isn’t the sole culprit. People have been talking lately about the other aspect of what might be making us so darn unemployable: the architectural education. What’s Wrong With Architecture School?, Jonathan Nettler, Planetizen Managing Editor A Teaching Moment, on the gap between architectural education and practice in The Architect’s Newspaper, Sam Lubell  The Future That Is Now, excerpted from  Architecture School: Three Centuries of Educating Architects in North
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