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Egg on his tie

Who would have thought it? A cover headline in the Sunday Times 'Culture' section reading: 'Bad egg - Why Norman Foster's gone off the boil' introduced a full frontal attack on the practice's Greater London Authority building, the 'Glass Eye' close to Tower Bridge on the south side of the Thames. The piece was not, unusually for an architectural critique of this sort, penned by the st's architecture correspondent Hugh Pearman, but instead by cultural critic Bryan Appleyard (among other ...

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