Opinion: “intellectual vapidity and weasel-minded corporate ambition” are sucking the life out of architectural criticism. But there is still hope, says Catherine Slessor. We’re all familiar with panel debates. Political ones, such as the UK’s weekly televisual Question Time, are supposed to be the acme of swashbuckling intensity, but in practice are never especially edifying. More
The post “Cerebral, self-absorbed, tepid, dull and decorous” appeared first on Dezeen.