To Overcome the Precarity: Architects for the Experience Economy
The current stage of development of the world economy is characterized as the “experience economy”. The new economic structure has a high demand for irrational forms of labour that cannot be algorithmized. To overcome the tendencies towards transformation of architecture into the sphere of precariat, it is necessary to drastically change the methods and the ideology of architectural education. The article provides the data of the survey carried out among the students of Moscow Information and Technological University – Moscow Architecture and Construction Institute. The study has shown an extremely high dependence of students on present-day trends, which contradicts their individual preferences.
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