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The MIPIM bloggers 2010

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Introducing the architects, developers, recruiters and journalists blogging from MIPIM exclusively for the AJ

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Joe Morris
Co-founder of Duggan Morris. A MIPIM virgin last year. A MIPIM vet this year.
Duggan Morris Architects

Chris Littlemore
The chief executive of architectural giants the Archial Group. His ninth time in Cannes.
Archial Group

Sherin Aminossehe
A vice President in the HOK Planning Group and an eight-time MIPIM vet.

Peter Buchan
Chief executive of Ryder Architecture.MIPIM ‘trend surfer’.
Ryder Architecture

Chris Brown
Chief executive of Igloo Regeneration and a previous AJ MIPIM blogger.
Igloo Regeneration

Lindsay Urquhart
The managing director of careers agency Bespoke. The self-billed ‘roving recruiter’.
Bespoke Careers

Ben Addy
Founder of Moxon Architects. His second time ‘at the fair’.
Moxon Architects

Peter Cartwright
Co-founder Cartwright Pickard Architects. A MIPIM virgin.
Cartwright Pickard

The notoriously gossipy - but anonymous - source within the MIPIM machine.
Super mole

Leanne Tritton
The managing director of ING Media. The PR abroad.
ING Media

Scott Lawrie
Principal with Will Aslop at RMJM, is a MIPIM regular.

Richard Conner
The co-founder of Assembly Studios and Piercy Conner - an eight-time MIPIM vet
Piercy Conner

John Lee
Director of Sheffield -based Bond Bryan Architects. A MIPIM regular.
Bond Bryan




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