Max Nasatyr (1934-2003)
The architect behind the successful regeneration of London's OXO Tower, Max Nasatyr, has died suddenly, aged 68. Nasatyr worked in his spare time, unpaid, on the scheme in the late 1970s for the embryonic Coin Street Community Builders, at odds with Conservativecontrolled Greater London Council, which wanted to sell the land for speculative office development.
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