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Damaged goods


Controversy has broken out over the removal of a canopy in the entrance hall of Sandy Wilson's British Library. Roger Stonehouse, who recently published a book on the building, is outraged - not least because the removal was carried out without consulting the architect. Stonehouse is lobbying for its reinstatement. Perhaps Docomomo could help.

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