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Against all odds

Speaking at the Bankside Tate to celebrate the launch of Architecture Week, Janet Street-Porter came over all nostalgic for her days at the Architectural Association, which she described as 'one of the most happy and creative times of my life'. Placed in an environment with five girls and 99 boys ('the main reason I studied architecture'), four-times married Street-Porter evidently thrived, although she confesses that 'I only ever worked in an architect's office for two weeks, and I ...

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