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Tonkin's touch of the Orient By Deborah Singmaster

When Tonkin Architects last appeared in AJ, the bulk of its work was in Hong Kong (AJ 22.1.98), leading to speculation on how the practice's uninhibited design approach might translate to the UK. Two recently completed schemes now offer grounds for comparison: a private house in Hong Kong (its surreal indoor/outdoor bathroom was previewed in the earlier article), and a restaurant in Bristol. But since the restaurant is a noodle bar it is hardly an ideal test case for Tonkin in Britain. ...

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