Older and wiser?
Lord Foster had the pleasure of Astragal’s company recently, when the superstar architect launched something-or-other for CABE at the British Museum. He was sporting a choice salmon-pink corduroy suit (why does he always wear it?) and looking at least 20 years younger than his actual 178 years. But despite his science-defyingly youthful looks, the big man is not exactly ‘down with the kids’. When asked who he thought the best young architect in Britain ...
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