Why do architects choose names that require a BBC pronunciation manual?

If Buschow Henley wasn’t bad enough, the practice has now rebranded and come up with Henley Halebrown Rorrison guaranteed to be as troublesome to BBC newsreaders as al-Qa’eda and J K Rowling.

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