Sacrificed for art: life in the fast lane of celebrity creativity
The architecture business isn't all glamour. While the big names set themselves up in villas and palaces round the globe, home for a young designer is more likely to be a rat-infested cellar in Hackney with no toilet - provided he or she has wealthy parents that is. Not so for Guido Spunge.
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