Lurking beneath Celia Clarke’s plea to reuse buildings (Letters July 18) was yet another cry for more respect for sixties buildings by exponents such as Gillespie Kidd & Coia, Owen Luder, Chalk Herron and others whose raw concrete aesthetic set up a public distaste for we architects.
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