Shuttleworth is not alone in working with others

Ken Shuttleworth

Reading Steven Johnson, especially his latest book, it becomes clear that, in science, the concept of the Eureka “moment” is mistaken. The same must be true of the lone-author notion in architecture, at least for large complex projects (“Row over Gherkin’s ’creator’” News July 8).

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