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Neil Pinder – Education, Architecture and the Trojan Horse
Neil Pinder writes about the global outreach of online creative teaching in his latest article
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New London Architecture’s London’s Hidden Hero 2020, Neil Pinder, writes about teaching by means of a Trojan horse and GLAM (Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Architecture & Me), a global educational workshop for designing sustainable wearable architecture in his latest article, which outlines the global outreach of online creative teaching and the concept that aspects of popular culture can attract and impassion young creatives to learn more about architecture, engineering, and the environment.
Neil was nominated for his involvement in The Observatory Block at Graveney School, where he works as head of design and technology. But alongside this, Neil Pinder is also renowned for leading projects which aim to promote diversity and inclusion within the architecture and built environment professions.
Read the article here: http://www.rocagallery.com/education-architecture-and-the-trojan-horse