Regarding Jonathan Hendry’s apparent concern for the work being undertaken by architectural consultants (Big Fish Little Fish, AJ 20.12.07), are we really to believe that only architects trained to RIBA Part 3 are qualified to design buildings? I have no doubt that Hendry is a very able designer, but I (as an architectural designer) question his attitude towards healthy competition.If he believes he has a right to win projects over other firms simply because he has qualified as ...
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