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A highlight of Architecture Week was the series of late-night reviews hosted by the AJ's Austin Williams at Alan Baxter's offices. The first looked at sustainability. Work by Duncan Baker-Brown and Pascale Scheurer was critted by experts, including darling of the militant Green fringe Mayer Hillman. He launched an attack on the architectural establishment for talking up the sustainability agenda and doing nothing about it - and used rather base terms. 'Norman Foster and Richard Rogers are f***ing hypocrites, ' he told a somewhat surprised audience.

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