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A life in architecture

No desert-island favourite buildings for Alex Reid, director general of the riba. Instead he has chosen to focus on one particular project which he considers the most remarkable case he has come across of architecture making a positive social contribution to life. The building is Glenveagh School in Belfast, a school for 150 children with learning difficulties, designed by Kennedy FitzGerald and Associates and built on a new site in the early 1990s (aj 31.3.93) to replace two old schools ...

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