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It's Architecture Week and the most quoted architectural soundbite is Norman Foster's insistence that preventing the wobble on the Millennium Bridge is 'definitely Arup's job'. The attempt to emphasise the separation between architecture and engineering is misjudged, especially from an architect whose success has been built largely on an understanding of the relationship between the two. How ironic that a man with so much technological know-how should be adding fuel to a prejudice which ...

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