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Conjuror's tricks

Off the Shelf: dRMM Practice and Unit Projects At the Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Square, London WC1 until 14 December Anyone who has had the unquantifiable pleasures of visiting the Architects Registration Board in the past year will have noticed the strange arrangement of familiar objects around which that body conducts its business. Here a 'column' is laid on its side to become a reception desk, a corrugated, polycarbonate cladding sheet becomes an internal partition, and ...

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