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Snobbery goes on

Attacks on Lord Foster continue apace following the controversy set off by Rowan Moore. This time it is the Guardian with the familiar mantra - used to be great, now too big, too many commercial buildings, developer's architect etc. As usual, Stephen Bayley is both witty and abusive simultaneously, describing the current output as 'slick and splashy'. He quotes Braque's remark to Picasso: 'You used to be a great artist, but now you're just a genius.' The Guardian report says Astragal ...

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