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When in Albania

Reports that Classicist Robert Adam and post-Scarpa Modernist Richard Murphy had travelled on a mission to Albania together had an apocalyptic ring. Could they be designing pluralist refugee camps, or applying those well-known architectural traits of 'problem-solving', or 'lateral thinking'? Alas, no. The truth is more prosaic, courtesy of Lords Rothschild and Sainsbury, they were inspecting the recently discovered remains of a Roman city.

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