This week on Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne is joined by frequent guest Duo Dickinson of the Congress of Residential Architecture. Recently, Curtis moderated CORA’s “The Great Debate”; tune into this episode for a recapitulation of the event’s happenings. Learn about the inherent social contract that the architect has with the public, and how the built environment should not serve the designer’s ego. Are architects artists, technicians, or both? Hear discussions regarding population density in relation to sustainability and environmental stewardship. How realistic is “the American Dream” from an architectural standpoint? Hear Curtis and Duo talk about licensing architects, and whether or not it is necessary for people building single-family residences. Want to know more about the future of architecture? Tune into this episode of Burning Down the House! This program has been brought to you by Fairway Market.