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'It takes up all the pavement space. How are you going to get a pram past there? I remember when this was a proper street'

Local resident Mrs Kelly on Daniel Libeskind's new building for London Metropolitan University. Guardian, 23.12.03

'It's almost impossible to recognise the Farrell of London Wall in the sleek discretion of his Paddington Basin work. Clearly he has worked something out of his system' Deyan Sudjic. Observer, 11.1.04

'Whether you love it or hate it, you can't forget it's there. Indeed its very presence throws down an implicit challenge to Gehry, who will be working on the same block' Martin Knelman on Will Alsop's Ontario College of Art.Toronto Star, 11.1.04

'Might Edinburgh be the most changed city in Europe? In attitude - if not yet in the new architecture it produces - it is unrecognisable from the fusty place it was not so very many years ago' Malcolm Fraser. Scotsman, 9.1.04

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