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Store power

Fresh from its successful promotion of things Brazilian, Selfridges launched its latest set of shopfront displays, this time devoted to architectural propositions about the future of London, including Foreign Office Architects, FAT, NL Architects, David Greene with EXP, Nigel Coates, Foster and Partners, Alsop Architects, Casagrande Laboratory, Zaha Hadid and Tokyo expats Klein Dytham.

Organised (again) by the Architecture Foundation, the show is setting the tone for the London Architecture Biennale, which could be the liveliest set of architectural events in London that anyone can remember.

Ken should be pleased.

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