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Playing it by the book

‘It’s a very good building,’ said Piers Gough about Bennetts Associates and Lomax Cassidy & Edward’s Jubilee Library in Brighton during last year’s Stirling Prize judging. ‘I think the circulation is very well planned,’ added fellow judge Joan Bakewell. ‘It’s a very elegant box,’ chipped in Jack Pringle. ‘But there still aren’t enough books,’ cry out the librarians, dismayed at their pitiful collection. That’s the problem with library ...

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