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Is size of practice and profit more important to the AJ than design excellence? Architecture should be portrayed in its true light - a passion-driven - not money-orientated - vocation.

May you also consider smaller practices who have design, not profit, at the heart of their work. I'm aware the AJ promotes small projects and young architects, but feel that there is a whole market of medium-sized practices that miss out on the same publicity to aid and inform progressing Part 3 students looking to develop through working on projects of an appropriate scale.

Thomas Quinton, London NW5

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