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2003: the shape of things to come

What does the future hold? The Architects' Journal peers into its crystal ball and predicts the most talked about buildings, key issues and major battlegrounds for the architectural profession in the year ahead. By Zoë Blackler Tall buildings will continue to attract controversy in 2003, with a public inquiry into Renzo Piano's 66-storey London Bridge Tower - aka 'Shard of Glass'- scheduled to begin on 15 April.

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