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Katherine Shonfield

Last week was marked by a memorable leading article in London's Evening Standard . In it, the writer stated categorically that 'everybody hates architects' - and this despite the assertion of this magazine's editorial of a couple of weeks ago that architecture is the new gardening. According to the article, architects are, moreover, the quintessential universely loathed dinner party companion - which is news to this particular one, since it is at least four years since I have even received ...

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