Astragal was stood quietly, Ginsters sausage roll in hand (there were no canapés – for shame!), at the back of the large audience that gathered last night for Carmody Groarke’s Winter Nights lecture at BDP in Clerkenwell. It’s plain and simple – the Anglo-Australian pair are very, very good. They have only been going for 12 months and already have schemes all over the world. There are apparently one ...
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