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'I want to be known as an architect,' says Julian Harrap, 'not typecast as a historic buildings specialist.' A traditionalist in the best sense, who urges anybody dealing with old buildings to 'get to know your materials, how they're made, and how they work', Harrap also works harmoniously with modern architects like Eva Jiricna, Norman Foster and - now a regular collaborator - David Chipperfield. His practice, based in the East End, looks after such famous monuments as the Soane Museum, ...

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