The second years. A perfectly banal and objective statement, charged and aggravated by class warfare. There exists within the College of Architecture a fundamental disjoint between the second years and the third and fourth years. Perhaps the parametrically driven computational design to the extreme the second years have been learning has given them the scripter’s ego. A notion of superiority and the end all of architecture. Perhaps it is the critical pessimism of fourth years, disillusioned by years of work, downtrodden by the industry, facing a grim reality that makes them fundamentally critical of all things lower class.
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