dRMM: do you remember the first time?
In response to queries about No 1 Centaur Street's eligibility for the AJ First Building Prize, de Rijke Marsh Morgan has confimed that at its earlier project, Moshi Moshi Sushi, 'the existing octagonal foundations, columns and roof of an obsolete cafe were reconfigured into a square plan pavilion with the same footprint' and that, therefore, this was not a new-build but 'a (radical) remodelling of a 1980s building'.
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