Young blood, Volume 71, Issue 1
Established architects will be stunned by the design dexterity and creativity contained in Young Blood, which brings together the speculative architectural projects of the very best young architects worldwide. Guest-edited by the cutting-edge architect and passionate architectural educator Neil Spiller, it features graduates of the premier architecture schools - the Bartlett and the Architectural Association in London; Sci-arc and UCLA in Los Angeles; Columbia in New York and RMIT in Australia.
Imaginative, innovative and accomplished in their technical skills, this generation of young blood exude a unique 21st century freshness and confidence. It is a confidence that those currently at the top of their profession also share in their likely successors. This is illustrated by the enthusiastic and supportive words from renowned architects that accompany each young designer's work.
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