The AJ Student Prize is back for its fifth year, showcasing the work of undergraduate and postgraduate architecture students across the UK. The September bumper issue also features the nominees for the Sustainability Prize.
Our news feature this month is senior reporter Will Ing’s interview with the London School of Architecture’s Neal Shasore, the radical historian with plans to shake up architectural education.
University of Edinburgh student Aisha Akinola explains why she thinks the architecture profession needs to ‘declare a state of emergency’ over its lack of diversity, while Jordan Whitewood-Neal reflects on post-pandemic teaching provision for disabled students.
Plus, the AJ’s architecture editor appraises the ‘well-mannered and muted’ RIBA Stirling Prize contenders; and new opinion pieces from AJ columnists Kunle Barker and Smith Mordak.
You can also find all the usual AJ features like competitions, Hellman and sketchbook, while our news roundup contains RIBA president Simon’s tribute to the Queen.
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