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A London School of Economics report, 'Tall buildings: Vision of the Future or Victims of the Past?', says that to remain a 'competitive world city' London needs to 'radically rethink its planning policies' and accept more tall buildings.

The Richard Rogers Partnership got into the swing of Architecture Week by inviting children from local schools to take part in a workshop in the courtyard of the practice's Hammersmith studio.

The children made an 'ideal room' under the guidance of RRP's inhouse modelshop team. The practice also offered guided tours of the studio to the general public and a lecture on sustainability.

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