Did school client design advisers offer poor value?

Penoyre & Prasad’s BSF building for Woodside School in London.

Yes, they were inappropriate in the context of what most architects earn, says Chris Roche; no, they provided an essential service to a flawed system, counters Paul Fletcher

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