Gerard Reinmuth on ABC’s By Design on 31 August 2011

There is a lot of discussion in architectural circles about generational change — how to make opportunity for a young generation not getting the chances they should. Gerard Reinmuth puts forward a case for change he sees as integral to the development of our cities and urban thinking, and how it should be done. He sees the architectural profession, in a general sense, as having lost their way when it comes to building cities and being at the decision-making table. He explains why.

Wednesday 3pm (i.e. 3:45pm)
repeated Saturday 9am

Presented by Alan Saunders

See link: http://abc.com.au/rn/bydesign/stories/2011/3301351.htm