Serving up fast track construction for whopper office projects
It is a truth universally acknowledged that anyone in search of a justification for dabbling in architecture - other than a mad desire to take a drink from the firehose of art history - must be in search of a seriously commercial firm. By seriously commercial is meant a firm with offices in the City - not in Hoxton, or on the river - a firm where the senior staff wear identical suits; where the sliding glass doors open and close by themselves; where the only reading material in the ...
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