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Heavenly creature

It was a full house for the much anticipated AJ King's Cross Charrette party at the Building Centre last Thursday. The Argent-sponsored party was so packed not everyone could squeeze into the central London architectural hotspot – most notably Amin Taha’s whippet Lou Lou, who was tied up outside befriending all the smokers. Among those enjoying the free-flowing wine were Maurice Shapero, Stuart Piercy and, to Astragal’s disgust, the majority of the AJ staff. A wonderful ...

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