Frankland, Richard
June 2007
Building Design;6/22/2007, Issue 1776, p18
Trade Publication
The article relates the author's experience of having fun during the last Friday of the month of May 2007. He relates that he and his co-architects have stopped working around three o'clock in the afternoon and get some beers. They talk about issues with regards to architecture. Aside from that, they also have a weekly project review meeting. Moreover, he and his colleagues had fun watching some DVDs.


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