Igloo, tepee, Bedouin tent. Humanity’s need for shelter has a history as long as the discovery of fire and the evolution of language. But if we were merely content to keep out the blizzard or sandstorm, it’s likely we wouldn’t have travelled far from the simplest shelters of sapling and animal hide. With our boundless thirst for discovery, we have always sought more. From a dome of ice or a desert tent, we have transcended base materials to make metal, timber, concrete and stone leap and fly, creating spaces of security for sure - but also places of magic and mystery that inspire and delight.