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Nigel Coates retires from Royal College of Art

architect Nigel Coates is to retire from his role as head of architecture at the Royal College of Art in London after 16 years.

The college announced that industrial designer James Dyson is to succeed Terence Conran as Provost of the college in December last year (see our earlier Dezeenwire story).

Two new courses will be added to its program to create a new School of Architecture comprising 200 students.

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