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Founded in 1980, husband-and-wife practice Bolles Wilson had to wait a long time for its first big break. Being of the generation which graduated from the aa just as the oil crisis hit meant that Peter Wilson stayed on teaching for 10 years, 'fundamental in creating our ideas', he told an eager audience overflowing from the gunnels of Manchester Town Hall last week.


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