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Back where we belong

Architecture is back in its traditional place in gallery VI this year, after two years elsewhere following the ra fire of 1997, writes Paul Finch. It is good to see it in the big room beyond the Octagon, and especially good to see so much high-quality work. Better economic conditions and thus more buildings are one reason for this, and almost certainly explain the number of models on display, a real tribute to the model-maker's craft. In particular three by A-models for Will Alsop are ...


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