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Hilary French has struck two blows in recent days for the concept of an architect as a generalist. Firstly Simon & Schuster has published a book of hers which, although small, aims to encompass the whole of architectural history. And secondly she has been appointed deputy course director of the industrial design and furniture department at the Royal College of Art, helping Ron Arad set up the newly linked courses.


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