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Feilden good


A quick word for one of our better regional practices, Feilden + Mawson. For it has won the contract to oversee the transformation of Middlesex Guildhall into the new Supreme Court - not Norman and his friends on Thamesbank. If you'd been following the national press coverage last week, you'd have thought it was all Norm and no one else. In fact, Feilden + Mawson was odds-on favourites to take on the project already and thought, sensibly, that it was a good idea to bring in Foster to look at the entrance, since he is already doing Parliament Square. The simple fact is that the practice appointed was Feilden + Mawson. Credit should be given where it's due.

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