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Learned friends


Well done Architectural Research Quarterly, which has just picked up the 'Learned Journal of the Year' award, a plaudit that has doubtless cheered up those valiant souls who fight the good fight to bridge the gap between theory and practice.The current issue has a wide range of interesting material, including Bill Hillier and Philip Steadman's controversial hatchet job on the Research Assessment Exercise (AJ 13.2.03). On the other hand, there are 16 pages on a hut (sorry, a pavilion) at the Chelsea Flower Show, by Sarah Wigglesworth and Jane Wernick.

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