It’s impossible for a young person to get the same start that we got

It’s impossible for a young person to get the same start that we got
JOHN TUOMEY AND SHEILA O’DONNELL

World-renowned architects Sheila O’Donnell and John Tuomey say the key to creating great architecture is place, space and form

“What it does demand is ingenuity about how you build,” she says. “There are ways of doing it and the starting point is if it’s really good. Surely if we are trying to build a society and something that will last and that people will want to live in 20 or 30 or 100 years time, we’ve got to build to the best of our ability.”

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