Kingston Mills scheme wins CABE blessing
Broadway Malyan has scored a notable breakthrough in the way its work is perceived by CABE. The architect - which has been on the receiving end of a series of critical design review reports from the commission in the past on projects such as its 'disappointing'Met Office scheme, overcomplicated housing proposed for the Guinness site in Wandsworth, and 49-storey Vauxhall Tower - has convinced CABE it has come up trumps.
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