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Because the great Norman Foster often gives the impression of being not of this planet, it is pleasing to hear that he can occasionally be drawn back in to the politics of the architectural world. Not only has he thrown his weight behind the ARB Reform Group, but Astragal's spies tell tales that he's also been doing a bit of 'bitching' recently. These moles claim that he spent a chunk of last week giving David Adjaye a hard time after the young pretender was quoted in a national newspaper slagging off Foster's public architecture.

Perhaps he is human after all.

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