As all the world knows, architecture has had a chequered relationship with the monarchy in recent years. Yet it would be singularly unbecoming for architects to snigger behind our small but perfectly formed brises-soleil at the Firm's latest difficulties. One is, however, forced to ponder on the very different outcome had the Royal Family, in lieu of hurling monstrous carbuncles at us, had the good fortune to marry into a proper accredited profession. Could, for example, any of the ...
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