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Just fancy

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The London Evening Standard has produced what it calls The Little Black Book, giving a guide to the capital's essential services. No less than eight architects are included: Adjaye & Russell is 'cutting-edge and modern'; dsdha 'specialises in crisp modern insertions' and has produced a 'divorced house' for a separated couple; fat is 'at the whackier end of the scale' (and has also anticipated divorce in its house design glowingly praised by Hugh Pearman in the Sunday Times at the weekend); Lisa Shell has a 'sympathetic approach'; Seth Stein shows a 'great sense of colour'; Tillman Architects produces 'impressive, minimal projects'; while Wells Mackereth attracts the label 'baroque modern'. Completing the list is Zombory-Moldovan Moore, which explores 'unusual juxtapositions of materials'. Amazingly, the Standard forgets to mention one of the partners in the practice: its own architecture correspondent, Rowan Moore!

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