Patrik Schumacher and Harriet Harriss clash during education panel at Dezeen Day | Dezeen Day



For the final panel at Dezeen Day a group of education experts and innovators took to the stage to discuss the questions – Is architecture and design education fit for purpose? What can we do to improve it?

The panel comprised of Neil Pinder, head of design at Graveney School in South London, Stacie Woolsey, who created her own masters course, principal of Zaha Hadid Architects Patrik Schumacher, and dean of the Pratt Institute Harriet Harriss. The panel was chaired by Dezeen assistant editor India Block.

Schumacher clashed with the other panellists over their differing views of whether students should be put under the same pressurised conditions found in practice.

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