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Pathfinder project

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A North West Development Agency event included presentations by Roger Kallmann of SOM, (standing in for Daniel Libeskind who was in Toronto working on his latest project), Jeremy Dixon, showing glimpses of his practice's retail scheme in Liverpool, pithy contributions from Felicity Goodey (proud of how her Lowry centre has attracted 1.2 million visitors), and from the leaders of Manchester and Liverpool councils.

But NWDA development director Baron Isherwood (not an aristocrat, despite his first name) had some pointed views on two local practices. Mills Beaumont Leavey Channon had not done enough to stop overheating in one building, while Dyer Associates had designed an undistinguished building for... the NWDA!

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