Why Entrepreneurship Needs a Place in Architectural Education
In the history of architecture, the gap between architectural education and practice has never been as evident and problematic as it is today. A volatile global economy and the emergence of new technologies have had both educators and young professionals in the A/E/C industry re-evaluate their options, and more and more are turning to entrepreneurship. So are schools able to catch up with this new movement?
There is a reason why the term "architecture" is no longer only associated with designing and building physical spaces. The architecture of applications, websites, software and networks al...
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