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The crowds crammed into the Hayward Galley last week to help Stanton Williams celebrate an award-winning year. For many, the muchpraised landscaping scheme around the Tower of London has become the practice's 'jewel in the crown'. However, Astragal hears whispers the firm is unhappy with how its gem is being handled, with the arrival of 'unsympathetic' plastic bins and the Yeoman of the Guard apparently raising hackles. Hopefully a new commission to design an exhibition about Sex and Art will put the smiles back on their faces.

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