Malory Clifford and Stuart Bailey of Blackfriars are contemptuous of architects, yet are set to make their mark on London via two major Alsop office schemes 'In the main, architects are quite arrogant - they think of clients as being relative imbeciles, devoid of understanding of their profession and taste. I think they are very patronising. And if you had a thousand in a room, it would be a very horrible experience as a lay person.'
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