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Architects are preparing to open their doors to the public for Architecture Week's 'open practice'. Open practice encompasses all the buzzwords of the moment - openness, accessibility, participation - but it is also an invaluable marketing tool. Architects'offices tend to be more interesting than most. For small practices, the office fit-out may constitute a favourite part of the body of completed work, but for large, established practices the office is just as vital as a marketing ...

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