Camden set to reject 'Modernism'
The London Borough of Camden has thrown out a planning application for Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners' £20 million cancer research centre at University College London, with the planning committee citing 'poor design standards'. And in a warning to other architects, the committee's chair has given notice that the council is gearing up to 'break the unthinking Modernist fan club'.
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