Duo Dickinson

Is Architecture as Fractured as Our Politics?

01.05.2017

By Duo Dickinson

Despite signs of an emerging pluralism, there is still a clearly defined separation between the Blue Academic Elite and Red Building Architects.

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Despite signs of an emerging pluralism, there is still a clearly defined separation between the Blue Academic Elite and Red Building Architects.

Is Cost Architecture’s Weakest Link To Reality?

12.11.2016

By Duo Dickinson

Unless budgets become an integral part of architectural education and criticism, design will continue to live in an aesthetic bubble and fall easy prey to bean counters.

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Unless budgets become an integral part of architectural education and criticism, design will continue to live in an aesthetic bubble and fall easy prey to bean counters.

Donald Trump as Architecture’s Nightmare Client

08.02.2016

By Duo Dickinson

Not since Thomas Jefferson has there been a presidential candidate more involved in designing and building structures than the Republican nominee.

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Not since Thomas Jefferson has there been a presidential candidate more involved in designing and building structures than the Republican nominee.

When Intellectual Diversity Mattered

06.21.2016

By Duo Dickinson

Cornell’s architecture school in the 1970s wasn’t a particularly diverse place, but it was open to different ideas about the profession.

arch students via d.lob.ncsu.edu

Cornell’s architecture school in the 1970s wasn’t a particularly diverse place, but it was open to different ideas about the profession.

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