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Urban space


And so, off to the launch of Rob Cowan's new book, The Dictionary of Urbanism, held last Wednesday evening (18 May), at Alan Baxter's astonishing building at 75 Cowcross Street, Clerkenwell. This building is a whole different world. Not just an office, it also boasts much more: a community of small companies, a gallery and a café. And all in a fantastic conversion that is always a pleasure to visit. The function itself was a large, lively affair that was surely a tribute to the popularity of Cowan and the potential success of his book.

Notables present included Roger Zogolovitch and Piers Gough, who seemed to be enjoying himself greatly.

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