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Dundee honours Dr Gehry

Frank Gehry was in fine fettle when he received an honorary doctorate from the University of Dundee last Friday, writes Brian Edwards.Witty and urbane, he accepted the degree of Doctor of Law with characteristic modesty, extolling the students present to be themselves, trust their own instincts as designers and avoid borrowed ideology.


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