Learning lessons from dot coms' multimillion-pound branding spree
At the beginning of this year I wrote in this column about the impact that the dot com revolution was having on the workload of commercial architects in New York. Times there were tough, but also rewarding, with everyone working long hours converting buildings of all types for clients with no taste but plenty of money and a deadline six weeks away.
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