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Get acquainted with Architect Conor O’Keefe

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Conor O’Keefe comes from a quiet, small village of about 1000 people in Newtownbutler, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland – surrounded by small lakes and bogland. Conor vividly recalls having a great childhood while growing up on a farm. He says everyone in the village knows one another, so when he gets back home for a visit they all ask about him and what it’s like living in London. Such a close-knit community!

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Meet James Walsh, Founder of Studio Anyo

James Walsh

James Walsh has had an interesting and impressive architectural career date. Here are a few facts that you may not know about the founder of Studio Anyo.

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Michael Lynas: “Architecture is the perfect combination for me; I liked Maths, Science and Art – not many jobs are combinations of all of those things.”

Michael Lynas

Michael has a close relationship with his family who lives around Guisborough – a lovely ancient market town. He shares that the best thing about his hometown is that it’s surrounded by beautiful country side, a wonderful place to grow up.

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Meet Architect Zak from Cardiff

Zak Akhtar

Zak hails from Cardiff which according to research was once the richest city in the world. Now that is just one amongst the many interesting facts you can find about this extraordinary place. Do you know that it’s also a city of castles? No wonder Zak adores his hometown so much; it’s a beautiful historical city with lovely listed buildings of architectural note. The Cardiff City Hall is one of his favourites which opened in October 1906. It cost £129,708 to build – that’s a whopping £10,191,092 in today’s money!

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