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Letter: Gordon Murray defends Steven Holl's Glasgow proposals in the face of criticism from William JR Curtis.

Murray, Gordon (2012) Letter: Gordon Murray defends Steven Holl's Glasgow proposals in the face of criticism from William JR Curtis. Architectural Review, 231 (1380). p. 27. ISSN 0003-861X

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Abstract

In this letter Gordon Murray defends Steven Holl's Glasgow proposals in the face of criticism from William JR Curtis.