Banker and Tradesman Interview: George Thrush

An Impassioned Advocate For Reasonableness

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“George Thrush’s faculty at the Northeastern University School of Architecture teach the discipline different: It’s grounded in compromised urban settings. He also co-chairs the citizens committee reviewing the proposal to add 950,000 square feet of commercial development to the Christian Science Center – a development proposal that will likely result in the first city landmarks designation for a modernist-era construction project.”

In this interview, Director Thrush answers questions about his distinctive approach to architecture at Northeastern.