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HOK International's masterplan for the Bon Accord Quarter in Aberdeen has received the dubious honour of becoming the first scheme to be mauled by Scotland's new design review panel. Board members of Architecture and Design Scotland, set up as the country's equivalent to CABE, slammed the £150 million city-centre project for lacking an 'urban or architectural vision'.

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