Glenn Murcutt's Advice to Young Architects

 

Glenn Murcutt's Advice to Young Architects

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Glenn Murcutt | With thanks to Naomi Milgrom Foundation and MPavilion
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It’s not easy, architecture’s hard, practice is difficult, and I’ve practiced by myself so I have to take the good and the bad all the way through. But, to do your best, and it comes out well, makes your practice.
— Glenn Murcutt

During the Living Cities Forum 2019 event, presented by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, we were fortunate to sit down with Glenn Murcutt, 2002 Pritzker Prize winner, for ten minutes. This gave us two questions to ask, the first relating to his classic, “touch the earth lightly”, and the second being what advice would he give to young architects. Hear what advice Glenn Murcutt has.

 
 
 
 
 

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Filmed in conjunction with Living Cities Forum 2019
Special thanks to Glenn Murcutt for his time
Presented by Naomi Milgrom Foundation and MPavilion

Filmed by Red Brick Media

 


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