Building on a decade of design debate
The Architecture Foundation is 10 years old. Jay Merrick takes a look back - and forward - at the often controversial enthusiasts for design The Architecture Foundation, the British profession's 'useful irritant' according to new chairman Will Alsop, is used to thinking outside the box. Two Mondays ago, the foundation celebrated its 10th anniversary in the barrel-vaulted Haddock Gallery of Billingsgate market in the knowledge that it does not yet have a box to go to when it quits its ...
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