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Outgoing RIBA president George Ferguson was set to issue a rallying cry to architects to become more involved in the public arena, in his departing speech yesterday. Ferguson was due to lay into the 'small band of critics who seem to see architecture as an exclusive gallery art', and instead champion those who can engage with the public.

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