Since its publication in 2007, Matthew Frederick’s ‘101 Things I Learned in Architecture School’ has become a household classic to those who study and practice architecture. However, what happens when it is read and analysed through the lens of race, class and the unique problems of the current age that students and practitioners face?
Join N.A.W. members Nasra Abdullahi, Shawn Adams, Nana Biamah-Ofosu, Lois Innes and Ewa Effiom as we read and reflect on this classic.
7pm, Thursday, 22 October 2020
As part of the N.A.W. Takeover of the Architecture Foundation entitled ‘Depends on Your Perspective’ streaming throughout October 2020.