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Eat architecture

Waldemar Januszczak spoke at the same awards event. The Great Critic is making a series of architecture programmes for Channel Four as part of the Stirling Prize (including one with the, according to Waldemar, 'extraordinarily difficult to work with' Piers Gough). He had some interesting things to say about the Richard Rogers-designed Channel Four building and how it came about. Apparently the channel was shown 'a huge expanse of office space' at the then fairly desolate Canary Wharf, ...

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