“That’s our message – that architects can be involved in all kinds of repair… at the centre is environmental repair. If you care for an environment, all other kinds of repair can flow from that – social, cultural and even economic.
“As a profession we have often been more interested in form-making and the culture of architecture. I think you can do both. It’s more about being inclusive, not one at the sake of the other. If we allow these conditions to come in, we could create a very exciting architecture we don’t know about yet.
“We’re advocating a role for architects among the many players that it takes to repair something. To effect repair, there has to be multidisciplinary approach, and equality for other professions too, particularly landscape architecture.”