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Rogers provides a break from leaky pseuds


At last, an architect's philosophy we can understand (Richard Rogers In Practice (AJ 19.5.05). Hitherto, most of the comments have been worthy of Pseud's Corner. We particularly enjoyed the practice who were so involved in their 'critical interdisciplinary discourse' that they had failed to notice the leak in the patent glazing.

The photo shown above is the view from my office window at 2.10pm on Friday 20 May 2005.

The other photo (right) is from my secretary's window.

Richard Falconer, Painswick

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