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Adam Sharr is a practising architect, lecturer at the Welsh School of Architecture and associate editor of the journal arq, published by Cambridge University Press. His research concerns the way contemporary architectural theory, influenced by movements in philosophy and literature, seems to be distancing itself from the sort of architectural practice that happens in many offices. Current writing projects focus on notions of place, expertise and the everyday.

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