A rumor circulating amongst dealers is that it’s a good idea to retreat into the safe haven of luxury—apparently you're more likely to sell if your prices are higher. I'm sure there's a logic somewhere in that perversity.
The other worry is that Damien Hirst's mega-sale has soaked up any available culture-acquiring cash for the foreseeable future.
The question on everyone's lips is, "what's next for the post-credit crunch design scene which has flourished in the last ten bubblicious years?"
There's more on this subject from the Sunday Times architecture critic Hugh Pearman here.
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