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In the dark

Norman Foster's archive – the collection of all his drawings, plans, early models and salmon-coloured suits – must be worth a fortune. So where exactly is it?

According to the countless rumourmongers who keep bending Astragal's ear, it is being kept in either: a subterranean Fort Knox-esque safe house, a former Cold War nuclear bunker, or a damp cellar. Wherever it is, it's likely to stay there – at least for the time being. Spies tell the AJ that the RIBA has no intention of trying to buy it due to the extortionate cost. Where's a pink-suited sugar daddy when you need one...

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