Designer Lord Foster: 'A lot of places are pretty drab'


Lord Norman Foster, designer of London's infamous Gherkin tower, has told BBC Breakfast he thinks a lot of places are "pretty drab".

The 75-year-old also spoke about the future of architecture and his latest project, constructing a whole city in the desert of Abu Dhabi.

Graham Satchell talked to Lord Foster following the release of How Much does your Building Weigh Mr Foster?, a documentary film charting the rise of the world-renowned architect.

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