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The AJ Small Projects party on Monday night was fun as ever - a jolly group of the totally unestablished and the very nearly established getting pissed up on very bad RIBA wine.

Among those forcing the acidic booze down were Amin Taha and Peter Clash from their eponymous practices; Ben Addy from Moxon; Will Foster from Foster Lomas; Ben Paul from Neu; Kim Quazi of FLACQ;

Paul Archer, winner of the £1,000 top prize; and many, many more. The vibe at the bash was great, despite the dodgy drink, and one could not help but agree with Argent's David Partridge, one of the Small Projects judges, when he said that the collected work and the collected guests 'illustrated the rude health of British architecture'.

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