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Sugar and spice

Make Architects sweetened up Sir Alan Sugar this week with a radical building confection known as the Wave on the final of The Apprentice. The concept, which has been likened to a three-pronged instrument of carnal gratification, helped eventual winner Simon Ambrose steal the £100,000-a-year job at Amstrad from underneath hot-favourite Kristina Grimes' nose. Ken Shuttleworth made a star turn on the show, suggesting that perhaps ...

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