Richard Waterhouse on the digital revolution and embracing change
Oliver Bayliss tells Building about inspiration in Hong Kong, architects as mediators and how the 2008 recession seems less of a big deal now
Alistair Barr tells Building about the Milton Keynes, Le Corbusier and drumming
Gareth Sinnamon tells Building about the All Blacks, Dunluce Castle and rural Donegal
Rod Stiles tells Building about the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town, Roger Madelin and the Shard
Yasmin Al-Ani Spence tells Building about the Chrysler building in New York, Bob the Builder and Villa Tugendhat in Brno
Manisha Patel tells Building about breaking down cultural barriers, breathing underwater and an urban community in Cornwall
Sophie Steed tells Building about her 1980s pop music knowledge, the Mackintosh Building in Glasgow and women in construction.
Lee Priddle tells Building about playing Lego as a child, Lichfield cathedral and his favourite engineering feat
Gavin Henderson tells Building about Churchill’s famous words, his favourite building from Ethiopia and slow food
Audrey McIver tells Building about coffee at meetings, secret tunnels, and talking to herself
Phil Kentish tells Building about his manicured lawn, being a labourer and what London building he wished he’d help fit-out.
Clare Wildfire tells Building about Abu Dhabi’s Louvre, her rockstar past and the Cistermiser.
John Puttick tells Building about Ken Shuttleworth’s wise words, Preston bus station and Renzo Piano
Richard Claxton tells us about a mug from Sydney Harbour Bridge, tradespeople and openness
Russell Whitehead tells Building about diesel fumes, patience and why he dislikes 22 Bishopsgate.
Matthew Dunn tells Building about restoring listed buildings, the Shard, and a vintage American watch.
John Avery tells Building about art deco, procrastination, and a black Blüthner piano