This week on Burning Down the House host Curtis B. Wayne is joined by returning guest and author Duo Dickinson and Jacob Alspector of Alspector Architecture. The trio carry on a lively conversation on the state of architecture education today from the prospects of current graduates to the necessity of licensure. Learn what lies in store in the real world practice of architecture and how trends in the the current academic environs have resulted in only about 1 in 3 architecture school graduates deciding to pursue getting their license. Is it worth it? Is getting a PhD enough to call yourself an architect? Tune in to find out from this group of widely experienced and opinionated architects. This episode is sponsored by Fairway Market.
"Abstraction in school is the only way to learn."
--Duo Dickinson on Burning Down the House