Can the profession survive public spending cuts in its current form?

Herzog & de Meuron’s Tate Modern extension is threatened by a funding shortfall at the DCMS, which was to provide £50 million.

No says Barry Munday, after the election we will be into a very different landscape; while Levitt Bernstein’s Matthew Goulcher says new funding streams will lead to a focus on high quality products

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