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Squire's London pride

Squire and Partners is ringing the changes as it belatedly celebrates its silver jubilee. Proud of its 'London architecture', the practice is now looking to build on its successes further afield Squire and Partners' actual 25th birthday was last year - Michael Squire founded the practice in 1976 - but the celebrations have sensibly been held over until now. Towards the end of 2001, the office underwent a dramatic change of address, from a stucco terrace in South Kensington to a back ...

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