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Ken Livingstone

London mayor Ken Livingstone last week officially opened Foster and Partners' £9 million international headquarters building for street furniture and advertising space supplier JC Decaux. The 4,485m2 scheme, which has won the RIBA Crown Estate Conservation Architecture Award, comprises a refurbished existing 1930s building, new storage warehouse and a covered street featuring an asymmetrically-vaulted glazed canopy exhibition space between the two.

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