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Onward and upward

Christine Hawley is to succeed fox-hunting environmental engineer Pat O'Sullivan as head of the Bartlett, arguably the uk's most prestigious school of architecture. She has come a long way since Astragal first remembers her, as an ingenue in the Louis de Soissons Partnership some quarter of a century ago. What next? Bartlett professors are in constant danger of receiving gongs - think Llewelyn-Davies, Patrick Abercrombie and Peter Hall. Are we about to see the first dame of architectural ...

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