NO ONE IS AN EMPTY VESSEL THAT NEEDS TO BE FILLED
PUG values the importance of education and subscribes to the view that students are not 'empty vessels that need to be filled'.
Much like the situationist approach to urban exploration, PUG wants students to experience their own personal dérives through the landscape that is architectural theory, unconstrained by thresholds and not distracted by trends and the mould of the avant-garde.
PUG sees architecture not as the creation of isolated objects, but as a condition wherein all elements of the human experience can be related to and explored.
With this approach in mind, members of PUG teach on the undergraduate course at Oxford Brookes, have led units of architecture at Liverpool & UCLan, have been associate lecturers at the RCA, and have taught Interior & Spatial Design at Chelsea College of Arts, as well as reaching out to younger students through workshops with schools and youth groups across London and other parts of the country.
PUG are always on the lookout for future opportunities in architectural education and related fields.