The poor old lay man. It seems good old architecture has coldshouldered him once more. His omission from the jury of this year's Stirling Prize is all the more ignominious for his substitution by one of the most well-known of self-publicised laid women, Tracy Emin. The public, it seems, will be out of 'their depth and generally overawed by the process'. Bless.
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