Wed 22 April 2009, The Guardian

Barracking for modern architects

It came as no surprise that the world's "leading" architects should circle the wagons to defend Richard Rogers's design for the Chelsea Barracks site ( Don't interfere, experts tell Charles after he criticises new development , 20 April). This is a standard tactic deployed by that elite club when the public doesn't like their work. Their other tactic is to gather together and award each other prizes.
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