Perspective - March 2014
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Words of wisdom In this month’s issue, Chris Wilkinson, one of the founders of London-based (but increasingly international) practice Wilkinson Eyre Architects, offers sage advice to all his contemporaries, as well as those who are only just making their start in the world of architecture and design: “Make the most of every opportunity, even if it doesn’t seem like the best project in the world,” he says. “It could lead to something bigger and better.” There is wisdom in his words: after all, not everyone can be a starchitect; not every building can be iconic; and not every project will be worthy of public acclaim. Take the work done by Project Little Dream (PLD) in Cambodia, for example — on the surface, building rustic schools out in the steamy jungle might not seem the obvious path to glory, but last year, the group took home the Best of the Best Trophy at the Perspective Awards 2013. Earlier this year, Perspective’s deputy editor Teresa Chow accompanied members of the PLD on a trip to Cambodia to experience the work they do there — don’t miss her report on page 22 — and came away inspired.
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