Tackling living space in Israel: Young architects present their innovative visions
They want to demolish rather than build, and lay the groundwork for an evolving world. Recent architecture school graduates challenge conventions in 10 pioneering projects.
After five years of study, at the age of 28 on average, architecture school graduates are excited about their professional future − though perhaps a bit less so about the arduous apprenticeship period that awaits them in the next few years. Most plan to pursue an advanced degree − nearly all of them abroad − as we learned from speaking with the group we brought together this week. In fact, three...
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