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Sounds of the Seventies GOUGH IN MONOCHROME

In his year out from the aa, Piers Gough designed the' Knitwit' boutique in South Kensington, which traded for only two weeks. The apostle of colour in buildings used none at all as a student, just a .4 Rapidograph pen. He became 'caught up with Vanburgh, a baroque British architect' designing monumental offices for ici in the form of its logo.

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