FARRELL AT MARSHAM STREET
It is not often that an architect writes to a journalist to thank them for a piece that they have written. Even less frequently does it happen when the journalist's article was largely critical. But this is what Terry Farrell did after Rowan Moore wrote a piece in the Evening Standard on 28 November 2000 about his practice's designs for the Home Office building at Marsham Street in London's Westminster.
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