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Last Thursday was a good day for David Marks and Julia Barfield. Construction started on their 135m-high millennium wheel (now christened the British Airways London Eye). With Darcey Bussell and Joanna Lumley officiating, it was not surprising that the event made the pages of the Evening Standard. But so, serendipitously, did another proposal by the practice on the same day - a scheme for a Thames pier outside the existing Tate Gallery at Millbank.
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