Monthly Archives: February 2011

Yes yes yes yes yes! Thass wot I’m talkin about!

That’s how I felt on Friday evening when I was invited to an event by the RSA. It’s organised by the ‘Profit With Purpose’ Fellowship network, which as a businesswoman and ‘FRSA’ I’m an enthusiastic member of. ‘Prosperity Without Growth’ … Continue reading

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Blood Oranges – written on honeymoon 02/02/2005

“Spices, luxury goods, drivers of colonial expansion, wars on land and water. How strange, how sad that our sweet nothings transform the world, with terrible consequences for many people.” Watching “The Spice Trail” on BBC2, inspired me to dig out … Continue reading

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Free-range children: Why I’m convinced by free schools

Free-range children: Why I’m convinced by free schools Now the dead hand of central government has been prised from our throats, we can build schools in a way that is excitingly new – and strangely old-fashioned 10 September 2010 | … Continue reading

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I called it in May2010, pre-election: Kill BSF, but applaud its heroic ambition: “one school completed every 36 hours, for 13 years”

BSF is dead. So now what? Regardless of who won the election, Building Schools for the Future was doomed. But it can adapt into something new – and so can the architects that do it. 14 May 2010 | By … Continue reading

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Coalition government’s first 100 days: the industry’s verdict – Building Magazine

Coalition government’s first 100 days: the industry’s verdict 18 August 2010 | By Andrew Hankinson As the government marks its first 100 days with tough-talking speeches, leading industry figures give their opinion Link Pascale Scheurer, founder of Surface to Air … Continue reading

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40 Under 40 (Building Magazine)

Pascale Scheurer, 36, founding director of Surface to Air architects and Wired architects Where will you be in 10 years? Heading an international architecture practice along the Arup model, and having built up our interests in IT and renewable energy. … Continue reading

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Who Owns Education? – my article in Building Magazine today

Reading, writing and … building Ahead of next week’s BSEC (Building Schools Exhibition and Conference) event, Pascale Scheurer redefines the future of education 18 February 2011 http://www.building.co.uk/comment/reading-writing-and-…-building/5013452.article It’s not every week you challenge a secretary of state to a duel. … Continue reading

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