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17 Listen 1 The Pratt Institute’s new dean, Harriet Harriss, explains why architecture schools and their leadership need to be more democratic and inclusive

19 Listen 2 Recent graduate Shamiso Oneka explains the radical transformations needed — and happening — in architectural education

20 Listen 3 HOK design principal David Weatherhead argues for a revival of Design and Technology in the UK school system

23 Meet Having won the 2018 RIBA International Prize as part of Aleph Zero, Gustavo Utrabo has now set out by himself, focusing on projects in rural Brazil

27 On the drawing board The School of Digital Arts in Manchester is conceived by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios as a screen-centred building

30 Repetition Ordnance Survey has designed colourful diagrams of Great Britain’s most complex motorway junctions

33 Project Bennetts Associates has created a flexible and elegant building for the Royal College of Pathologists

37 Project Opus 5 Architectes plays with brick and light to create a delightful and sensitive building for Élancourt Music School

40 Preview Debika Ray selects highlights of this year’s London Design Festival, from ‘guiltless plastic’ to homes for birds

49 Project Architecture Initiative’s inventive adaptive re-use has resulted in the Northampton International Academy

53 Project With Illuminated River, Leo Villareal and Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands have brought light installations to London’s bridges

56 Curated diary Chicago Architecture Biennial artistic director Yesomi Umolu shares her pick of the autumn’s best events and books

4 Blueprint 366

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Blueprint for the Future and Ones to watch

We bring you all the news, photographs and graduate work from our second-ever Blueprint for the Future event, plus our annual feature selecting the cream of the crop of architecture and design students around the country

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Re-education

NADAAA’s new home for the University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design reinterpets heritage to dramatic contemporary effect

Veronica Simpson finds out how some of the UK’s top architecture schools are innovating and evolving to better suit the changing needs of today — and the future

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