Change of heart, or case of double Dutch?
Is the correspondent worrying about those who celebrate 'prosaic in the name of sedate quietness, good taste and a general belief in sobriety', and about the cheapness of Dutch architecture (AJ 30.1.03), by any chance the same Will Alsop who in a recent Building Centre exhibition declared a monastery by Dom Hans van der Laan his favourite building?
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