King of the dessert
Astragal had the pleasure last week of lunching with some of London’s most esteemed architectural hob-nobbers. Lord Rogers of Rogerside was there, along with Peter Bishop, Richard McCormac and former AJ editor Isabel Allen. However, once the main course was finished the assembled parties all but vanished, despite the promise of pear tart. Perhaps that’s how Rogers stays so active regardless of his advancing age? Well, rest assured dear ...
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