The rising stars of British architecture. Or are they?
In architecture, you are young if you are under 50, an infant if you are under 40, and a babe in arms if you are under 30. It takes seven years to get trained as an architect, and after that you have to start learning how to build things, which is something they don't seem to teach much. So when an architecture exhibition called "40 under 40" surfaces at the V&A, be aware that these are people barely getting into their stride. Architects have a habit of staying preternaturally youthful. It's Nature's way of telling them they're in it for the long haul.
From an Irish perspective, I see Michelle Fagan of FKL Architects got included.