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Last week was a good one for Nicholas Thompson. First came the formal launch of Integer - his project to build intelligent, green housing - and then the team of which he is a part won the Greenwich Millennium Village competition. His practice, Cole Thompson Associates, is set to become a major player on the environmental housing scene - surprisingly, perhaps, since his experience, although wide-ranging, includes very little housing.

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