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'It is a building, I designed it, so it must be architecture' Will Alsop's response to comments that his new Sharp Center for Design in Toronto 'isn't really architecture'. icLiverpool, 14.6.04 (Decide for yourself: see pages 28-35)

'London is going through its greatest vitality ever. It's much better than the 1960s. Then it was inward-looking' Richard Rogers. Bloomberg. com, 21.6.04

'Organic cities grow in answer to the needs of congregating populations, while inorganic ones, from Brasilia via Haussmann's Paris to today's anonymous Beijing, grow from bombast' A C Grayling. Sunday Times, 19.6.04

'How did it happen? How did Mr Libeskind plunge from dominant visionary to supporting player?'

Robin Pogrebin on the continuing Ground Zero saga. New York Times, 20.6.04

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