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Getting to grips with integrated transport

In 1959, Norman Foster told his architectural tutors he wanted to design an interchange as his thesis project, writes Paul Finch.The idea was rejected, on the grounds that an interchange was not 'architecture', but 'infrastructure'. How times have changed, not only for Lord Foster, who of course went on to design the world's largest airport in Hong Kong, but for architecture as a whole. Infrastructure projects, most obviously the stations on the Jubilee Line Extension, are now seen ...

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