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Terry Farrell: Civic realm hero

Words: Huw Morris
Sir Terry Farrell

From a converted aeroplane factory, 
Sir Terry Farrell has built an international reputation for architecture and planning. He tells Huw Morris how his review of the government’s role in promoting design in the built environment may push the issue up the agenda

An unusual fact about Sir Terry Farrell, the country’s leading architect, urban designer and planner, is that he lives above the shop. His home is an old aeroplane factory in central London that previously made parts for Spitfires and Hurricanes among other iconic flying machines.  Indeed, the building pays homage to its aeronautical past. It has several model Spitfires mounted on its........
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