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by Aaron Britt last modified Mar 23, 2011

by Aaron Britt Frequent Dwell contributor and all-around sharp design writer Mark Lamster has a bang-up story in The Architect right now about the rise of Woodbury University, a young architecture school in Los Angeles. I toured the San Diego campus of Woodbury (those two make up the SoCal schools) a couple years ago with architect and teacher Aaron Anderson. I was immediately impressed with the school's hands-on brand of education and the fact that the space seemed to be more encouraging of strapping on the mask for a bit of metalwork than abstract philosophizing. Lamster's story however does more than describe the scrappy school, he suggests that Woodbury might just be training a new generation of Latino architects.




 

 

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by Aaron Britt

Frequent Dwell contributor and all-around sharp design writer Mark Lamster has a bang-up story in The Architect right now about the rise of Woodbury University, a young architecture school in Los Angeles. I toured the San Diego campus of Woodbury (those two make up the SoCal schools) a couple years ago with architect and teacher Aaron Anderson. I was immediately impressed with the school's hands-on brand of education and the fact that the space seemed to be more encouraging of strapping on the mask for a bit of metalwork than abstract philosophizing. Lamster's story however does more than describe the scrappy school, he suggests that Woodbury might just be training a new generation of Latino architects.

 

 

 
 
 

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