The most swingeing of many recent attacks on architects emanates from the distinguished philosopher A C Grayling in the Observer.He singles out the newly dubbed Testicle (aka the Greater London Assembly building) for the way it contests its iconic context - 'feebly, because it is just an arrangement of glass and steel which looks as if it is inspired by a lump of half-squashed Plasticine.'
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