Architectural Education Symposium: Accreditation

Series: Architectural Education Symposium
Date: Wednesday 3 November 2004
Time: 13:00
Venue: AA Lecture Hall
Running time: 55 mins

How does the current debate about accreditation affect the AA? How can the issue of the AA’s independence be related to the necessity for accreditation and validation within the school? Simon Allford is an architect and partner in Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, whose work encompasses a wide range of projects for arts, education, health, transport, leisure and living. He has been Tutor and Unit Master at the Bartlett and is now Visiting Professor. He is trustee and advisor to a number of charities and industry bodies as well as schools of architecture - including the AA where he is Treasurer. He is currently Chairman of the RIBA President’s Medals.
With Mark Cousins

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