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Architecture is a discipline plagued by its own insecurities, a curious mixture of optimism and pessimism, momentary successes and, more commonly, deep frustrations. In this new publication, Michael Meredith, Assistant Professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, tackles the problems facing the discipline head-on, interrogating its internal dynamics and searching for a mode of practice that can survive amid the confusing, conflicting demands of contemporary culture. Nominally addressed to students entering the field, Notes for those beginning the discipline of architecture is a scathing take on the profession from one of its emerging young practitioners, outlining its pitfalls, its excruciating failures, and in spite of it all its undeniable potentials."
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