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Guess who should turn up in the Time Out list as the most prominent architectural representative (discounting Sir Terence Conran, who comes in at No 6 for his restaurants) - step forward Architecture Foundation director Lucy Musgrave. Ironically, she comes in five places ahead of mentors and indeed in-laws Richard and Ruthie Rogers, the most prominent husband- and-wife team. Musgrave describes the arrival of the Greater London Authority as 'fantastically exciting', but nothing is said about the Foster and Partners headquarters. She resigned from the Nick Raynsford advisory group dealing with the building, on the grounds that there should have been more competition. Weirdly, Norman is not on the list (who is designing Wembley Stadium, the British Museum etc?), and indeed there is only one other architect on it: Piers Gough, who comes in at 56. Still, Richard Branson only makes 90th.

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