'Trophy' architects' protestations show missing sense of proportion
Interesting, isn't it, that practically all the prominent supporters of the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment's scheme to bypass clients by making architects the effective owners of the schemes for which they have obtained planning permission are architects who have been associated with big cost overruns.
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