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Lessons in resilience

Wednesday 17 March 2021

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Peter Murray

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John McAslan

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John McAslan

We've always been interested in buildings that involved the end user, for me, the end user is critical. 

John McAslan talks to Peter Murray about his practice's work on infrastructure buildings in London, Belfast and Sydney; museums, housing and placemaking in Doha, and the lessons he learnt about resilience while working in Haiti after the earthquake in 2010, he compares this to the COVID-19 response in the UK and critiques the lack of urgency in the early stages. 
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Peter Murray

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