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Kenneth Powell, AJ contributor and bibliophile, has finally decided to take action over his flat in London's fashionable Nightingale Lane, currently packed with tomes (up to three deep), many of them written by himself. He has commissioned Tom Muirhead to sort things out. Muirhead was the architect who worked with James Stirling on the Venice Biennale Bookshop, so he knows what is required: shelving, and plenty of it.

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