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Exceedingly good


Another fine production from the Architecture Foundation saw new kid on the block AOC (which apparently stands for Agents of Change) give a lecture at BDP's Clerkenwell offices as part of the Winter Nights series. As well as a professional introduction from Architectural Review assistant editor Rob Gregory, highlights included fairy cakes produced by the practice.

Using technology that is apparently only a couple of years old, the firm printed images of its secondplace Architecture Foundation competition scheme on the icing.

Early signs of a gift for self-publicity, one thinks.

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