Missing the point
Astragal met up with a chap from Soho Square-based architect Barton Willmore last week and was amused to hear a tale which the idiom ‘more haste, less speed’ may have been penned for. Currently working in the Middle East, the architect was baffled when on a site visit he noticed a neat bit of arrow-shaped shuttering which was waiting for a nice dollop of concrete. When he asked what in the name of Marvin Gaye it was, the site manager pointed to the neat black north ...
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