Youth and experience can keep the practice alive
I am returning from Ontario with Isabel Brebbia from Alsop Architects. She is a bright, fresh and talented young architect, who originally came to me from the Bartlett on the recommendation of architect and teacher Colin Fournier, whose judgement is impeccable. We presented our first ideas for a new college of art and design. After two-anda-half days of intensive workshops, meetings, planning regulations and drinking I observed Isabel's enormous appetite for challenge. She has been ...
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