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'Foster's argument, that the only good skyscraper is an inventive one, is true. We rightly expect them to be as thrilling as the ecclesiastical towers and steeples of medieval Europe. But if we cannot match Foster's ambition for the skyscraper, we would be better advised to hug the ground'

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