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Alain de Botton writes of his plans to bring designer architecture to the people

Alain de Botton: 'The salvation of British housing lies in raising standards of taste'
Judging from the success of interior design magazines and property shows, you might think that this country was now as comfortable with good contemporary architecture as it is with non-native food or music. But scratch beneath the metropolitan, London-centric focus, and you quickly discover that Britain remains a country deeply in love with the old and terrified of the new.

Our dream was to allow people to experience what it is like to live and sleep in a space designed by an outstanding architectural practice

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