At Six, a brutalist high-rise structure, was originally designed in the 1970s by Swedish architects Boijsen and Efervgren. Last month, London-based architecture practice Universal Design Studio reinterpreted the building into a new 343 room hotel which houses one of Europe’s most ambitious contemporary art collections within such an establishment.
If you want to be a ‘global architect’, to chase award-winning projects and work side by side with inspiring people, you have to be proactive and flexible. Opportunity exists everywhere and once you know what you want, you can and should choose your seat. Authors: Philippa Weston and Bronwyn Marshall