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1999: The year in pictures

Foster and Partners was never far from the news in 1999. Foster himself became Lord Foster of Thames Bank and won the Pritzker prize, while his practice picked up some of the most prestigious contracts around. The Greater London Authority building (above left) came about after a controversial head-to-head with Alsop and Stormer, written off after some ill-chosen words from English Heritage's Sir Jocelyn Stevens. Other parliamentary buildings went to Rogers - the Welsh Assembly - and ...

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