Getting with the times
Gone are the glory days of architects wearing dicky-bows and talking animatedly about the Parthenon. Forget the roll-neck sweaters and get down to Diesel because to be an architect today you need cool credentials. Just look at the über-cool developers down at Urban Splash; most of them were involved in the ’80s with the infamously anarchic Factory Records; the music label that typified the Madchester scene. And now the RIBA is catching on. Spotted recently in its celebrity-tractor ...
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