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A life in architecture: Rosie Boycott

'What did they do to public buildings in the 1950s?' This is the cri de coeur of Rosie Boycott, editor of the Express. From her desk in Ludgate House she looks out at the Sainsbury's head office and says, 'It shouldn't be there. And that grey office block near Buckingham Palace, next door to what used to be St George's Hospital, is a travesty of a building. It should be bombed.'

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