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'Sometimes a greater good emerges from a disaster such as this one, and in this case I hope it will be an end of all talk of Cool Britannia and British cultural superiority.' Alexander Chancellor on the Dome.Guardian,16.9.00

'Torching the Dome would attract a vast crowd, probably in the millions, who could be charged handsomely to view the conflagration.' Andrew Lloyd Webber.Telegraph,14.9.00

'Quinlan Terry once said he didn't care what his buildings were made of so long as they looked Georgian.That's just the opposite of what I'm about.' Nick Grimshaw, subject of a new show at the Design Museum.Observer,17.9.00

'Their understanding of architecture is very limited.When I asked one scientist if he'd like to sit near a window, he said 'Why?'' Nick Grimshaw on his new St Louis plant science centre.FT,18.9.00

'Should architects trudge up the track and into the tunnel, they, too, will learn something about the strange physicalities of light. . . .' Jay Merrick hails James Turrell's new Kielder Skyspace. Independent, 18.9.00

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