A YEAR OF THE NEW AJ: TAKING STOCK OF OUR READERS' RESPONSE
It's been a year since we launched the new AJ, and it's fair to say that the reaction has been mixed. The Glaswegian architect Jim Cuthbertson delivered the first and most succinct response with the single word 'appalling', and though the letters of complaint have become steadily longer, he has remained true to this verdict ever since. The esteemed architect/academician Peter Cook has taken a particularly dim view of the AJ's fondness for low-key architecture, going so far as to criticise ...
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