The Great Pyramid of Giza, the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus, the Statue of Zeus at Olympia – these are just some of the seven wonders of the world that wouldn’t be there if it weren’t for architecture.
On a daily basis, everything we see around us – like the houses we live in and the streets we walk on every day – are all here thanks to architects’ work.
But how challenging is it to be an architect in Ireland? That’s exactly what Bobby talked about on this week’s Industry Review.
Bobby was joined by:
- Hugh Wallace, Architect and director at Douglas Wallace
- John Dorman, Director at Dorman Architects
- Edel Regan, Director at RDF Architects