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PODCAST: Growing up in practice with Waugh Thisleton Architects

RIBAJ meets Andrew Waugh and Anthony Thistleton. We explore the quiet virtues of timber, discuss clubs, artists and bringing up kids in Hoxton – and the need for a construction revolution. With Eleanor Young.

Growing up in practice with Waugh Thistleton Architects - click here 

RIBAJ meets Andrew Waugh and Anthony Thistleton. We explore the quiet virtues of timber, discuss clubs, artists and bringing up kids in Hoxton – and the need for a construction revolution. With Eleanor Young.

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