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'It didn't matter if someone liked it': six architects and designers revisit their first commission | Architecture | The
‘It didn’t matter if someone liked it’: six architects and designers revisit their first commission From a beach cafe to a social housing ziggurat: this is where it all began for Norman Foster, Asif Khan
Amenity centre and passenger terminal for Fred Olsen, Millwall docks, London, 1969-70 I met Richard Rogers in the early 60s at Yale School of Architecture in the US, where we were both studying for our