Refabricating Architecturally and Designing 'Damnly': Identity and Value in Architecture

By: Ozayr Saloojee

The first and essential mandate of a school of architecture is the conscious, deliberate and involved participation in the education of the designers of the future. In addition to the pedagogies and curricula that explore issues of history, theory, culture, sustainability, 'design,' and a host of other topics, it is logical that our schools consistently pose questions regarding the evolving nature of architecture and of the architect.

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Selimiye Mosque, Mimav Saginaw, Istanbul

Ozayr Saloojee is an Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture in the University of Minnesota's College of Design.

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