Carmen Díaz Acosta and Celia García Acosta are Cuban architects who are deeply invested in the idea of architecture as a collective endeavour. Receiving a conventional architectural education, filtered through the lens of European and North American architectural role models, García Acosta and Díaz Acosta highlight the positive aspects of their learning. Liburd’s design for the Eslyn Henley Richiez Learning Centre – an all-age special educational needs (SEN) school in the BVI – includes sensory and therapy rooms, as well as indoor and outdoor trampolines for rebound therapy, and outdoor classrooms. Narayansingh studied architecture at the University of Miami, Florida, before returning to Port of Spain in Trinidad. Narayansingh is one of a small number of women in senior positions at major architecture studios in Trinidad and Tobago. Looking to the future, Telford hopes that architects in Barbados and around the world ‘gain more recognition and respect’.