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Get a Little Crazy with Duo Dickinson

Episode: 54

On the latest episode of Burning Down the House, Curtis welcomes back Duo Dickinson to the show. Together they discuss the role (or lack thereof) that education plays in today’s world of architecture. Have we forgotten how to use our hands? What happens when students are asked to actually build something? Is there any truth left in appraising properties? All of these questions and more are answered on a thought provoking, passionate and “crazy” episode of Burning Down the House. This episode was sponsored by Cain Vineyard & Winery. For more information visit www.cainfive.com

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