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Summary

Terry Farrell is one of Britain's most influential architects of the 21st century. Offering a compelling personal account of his life in architecture as an influential postmodern designer, architect-planner, and principal of a leading global practice, this autobiography includes anecdotes and invaluable insights into Terry's life and work from the 1940s to the present day. An inside view of what it's like to be an architect at the top of his profession, the book also highlights the inside story on some of Terry Farrell's most significant buildings and projects, including Charing Cross Station, the MI6 Building, Alban Gate, and Beijing South Railway Station.

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