Last week Astragal attended The Big A – an auction of architects’ work in aid of the Architects’ Benevolent Society. The event raised the handsome figure of £70,000, £700 of which came from two Louis Hellman cartoons – a sum that the poor chap could only dream of squeezing out of the AJ on a regular basis. It was an original pencil and wash picture by Massimiliano Fuksas that proved to be the most coveted lot, eventually being ...
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