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As part of this week's London Architecture Biennale celebrations the AJ invited Ken Shuttleworth, SOM, Zaha Hadid, Foreign Office Architects and Will Alsop to take part in a one-day charette on the future of Smithfield meat market, a Victorian complex of buildings designed by Sir Horace Jones, the architect of Tower Bridge. Working with small groups of students, each of the five architects developed proposals to ensure a viable future for the last historic market in the Square Mile. ...


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