We invite you to be part of the conversation featuring a panel of experts from both sides of the Atlantic.
The UK’s ARB (Architects Registration Board) is currently exploring major reforms to the education of architects with a replacement of the long standing part 1, 2, 3 structure. Set against the backdrop of the historic MRA recently signed and now in effect between the UK and US, we feel this is an ideal time to reflect on how architects are educated in the US and in the UK, the common approaches and differences and what one might learn from the other.
We invite you to be part of the conversation featuring a panel of experts from both sides of the Atlantic to reflect on architectural education and how it needs to adapt to the training of architects prepared to face the unique challenges of the coming decades including new regulatory burdens, the climate emergency, the rise of AI, equitable practice and much more.
Introduction: Catherine Clark
Moderator: Frank Mruk
Panelists: Timothy Smith, Jonathan Taylor & Bob Greenstreet