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'At the moment it looks as though London seems to be turning into an absurdist picnic table - we already have a giant gherkin in the City, now it looks as if we are going to have an enormous salt cellar as well' HRH the Prince of Wales speaking at the Traditional Urbanism in Contemporary Practice conference in London, 20.11.03

'People such as Richard Rogers and Frank Gehry turned themselves into the architectural equivalent of Coca-Cola or adidas' Foreign Office Architects' Alejandro Zaera-Polo. IoS, 23.11.03

'We weren't the only freaks, but we were the most intense. We were the ones who'd work in the studio on Christmas Day' Farshid Moussavi on student days at Harvard. IoS, 23.11.03

'Walnut is luxurious but it is also highly practical because it is extremely low-maintenance.

If I want to change the colour scheme, I just paint the walls' Simon Allford on his London flat. Evening Standard, 19.11.03

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