ABK's British Embassy in Russia opened this week. The embassy is a fine example of the considered contemporary architecture which the practice has consistently delivered over the last 40 years. Sixteen years ago, ABK's design for the extension to the National Museum was, famously, dismissed by the Prince of Wales as 'a monstrous carbuncle on the face of a much-loved and elegant friend' and was subsequently dropped. The new British Embassy has also attracted comment at the highest level, ...
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