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Rogers on the suppression of architects' social roles

Perhaps in response to the Transgressive Architecture (TA) 'installation and intervention' outside the RIBA on the evening of his lecture (AJ 1.3.01), Lord Rogers laid more emphasis on the importance of social justice in the regeneration of the city, and the need for architects to get involved with the politics of urban regeneration, than he had in his lecture at the London School of Economics a few weeks ago. Not that the TA action was particularly eventful, consisting of 'bedsheets' ...

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