Architects slated for cliches and sustainable 'gimmicks'
A government-backed ideas competition to design a sustainable school prototype has revealed architects showing an alarming lack of awareness of client needs, too many 'gimmicks' and 'cliches', too much glazing, and an inability to handle natural light.
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