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That hit the spot

Of a Friday evening Astragal is often found propping up a bar in the less salubrious postcodes of East London, it’s rare though that this can be - however tenuously - dubbed ‘work’. Last Friday, however Astragal found himself at some architectural show-and-tell caper called ‘X-Spot’. Treading the boards of a packed upstairs room at The George Tavern, a pub beloved of Kate Moss and George Galloway alike, were architects and designers. Snappy five minute presentations covered subjects ...

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