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An inspector calls

Who could be more quintessentially British than Max Hutchinson, former RIBA president, founder of Architects for Aid, media star and introduction agent for Stewart McColl? Obviously keen to preserve Blighty’s values in Cannes, he was spotted on the Croisette in bowler hat and trenchcoat, towing a compact suitcase. Had he got the wrong festival? He looked less like UK architecture at MIPIM, rather more the reincarnation of Peter Sellers at the film fest.

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