A comprehensive review of the “Renegades: Bruce Goff and the American School of Architecture at Bizzell” exhibition recently appeared in The Architect’s Newspaper.

In the piece, associate editor Sydney Franklin writes “Most architecture students study design precedents or build upon knowledge gained in history courses, but one mid-century educator repeatedly told young minds instead: 

Do not try to remember.

Franklin (2019)

” … [I]n Goff’s classes, it was all about creativity.”

To read the full piece, click here.