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Snap happy


Delighted to see the excellent turnout at the launch of Tim Soar's orangebox exhibition on Clerkenwell Road, London.

Guests included Terry Farrell, Jonathan Ellis-Miller, Lee Mallet, Glen Howells, Renato Benedetti, Richard Saxon, Rab Bennetts, engineer Albert Taylor and the four elements of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. One of the high points of the evening was Soar himself, explaining to my old friend Robert Adam that Ellis-Miller 'is really a Classicist and uses all the Classical orders'.

Apparently the only difference is that 'Jonathan just can't be bothered with the twiddly bits'.

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