Finger lickin' good
Last Thursday, in practices all over Clerkenwell, computers were left unattended and espresso left unsupped as the great and the good of London architecture poured onto the 14.17 from Euston. James Soane, Deborah Saunt and David Mills were among the gaggle of black-clad napkin scribblers, as well as Renato Benedetti, Carolyn Larkin and Matthew Wells. What was the occasion I hear you cry? Why, twas the opening of Allford ...
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