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Olympic effort

One British architect at least will be present in Australia for the last week of the Olympic Games. Step forward Terry Farrell. His trip happens because the office has been shortlisted in competitions for two railway stations in Sydney - the only UK architect in respect of one, but along with Norman Foster on the second. Another competitor, unlikely though it may sound, is Peter Eisenman. Never having designed a station, he is an almost certain winner.

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