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Plus: A Q&A with the dean of Yale’s School of Architecture, Deborah Berke.
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“People often feel powerless and blame others for what is happening in their neighbourhood. So, what I am passionate about is how to make people aware of their built environment and participate in shaping it. I don’t care about building styles.”

— Yale School of Architecture dean Deborah Berke in this week’s Q&A
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A Q&A with Deborah Berke  
A Q&A with Deborah Berke
The dean of the Yale School of Architecture unpacks the difference between flashy architectural icons and authentic urban fabric — and discusses what makes artists such good sources of inspiration for architects.
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