Sat 7 June 2008, The Times

Modern architects try to dodge the wrecking ball

By Graham Stewart
Modern architects have a tradition of being sniffy about the heritage industry. So it is entertaining to see them adopting the zealous language of tweed-jacket outrage when their own misunderstood masterpieces face the wrecking ball.
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