I was interested to see that Norman Foster is the Most Admired Living Architect, as voted for by AJ readers, with a massive 21 per cent of the vote (AJ 04.05.06).
I also admire his work and, along with many, enjoy the changes he has made to our city skylines, universities and schools.
Following his acceptance of the 'recognition from (his) peers', I wonder if he would be willing to share some advice and wisdom of how sustainable design thought has informed his buildings and whether this has been a key part of his success as an architect.
I'm sure his comments on sustainability would offer inspiration and help us all in the drive towards more sustainable building design.
Trevor Butler, by email