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Architecture Students Protest University With Architecture

Adele Peters

When the University of Sydney decided to cut design teaching hours by 38 percent, architecture students there decided to protest by building six guerilla architectural installations. Hundreds of students, alumni, faculty, and architects attended the show. Their installations raised questions about architectural education in general—for example, are students getting enough practical experience?—and about how architecture can be used in political protest.

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