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Education looms large in this issue of Blueprint as we scour colleges all over the UK for the very best graduate work and bring readers ‘The ones to watch’ for the future in over 30 image-filled pages. We also tackle the changing nature of architectural education in two of our Listen opinion pieces from the dean of the New York's Cooper Union architecture school, Nader Tehrani, and Mel Dodd, programme director of spatial practices at Central Saint Martins in London. Elsewhere in the issue we catch up with artist Bob&Roberta Smith who is turning Folkestone into one big art school as part of the town's triennial. And Collaboration is the other big subject tackled in this issue and we exclusively interview Pritzker Prize-winning architect Norman Foster, and Snøhetta founder Craig Dykers on how this affects their work.