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The Aids Memorial

Architecture, Smooth operators

Par Rowan Moore - 14 mn

Une chronique un peu désabusée du changement urbanistique au coeur des anciens quartiers populaires londoniens. "You know that if anything genuinely challenging happened here it would be escorted off the premises."



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Thomas Heatherwick’s swooping 35-metre roof extension, tiled with Welsh slate, which tops the former coal sheds at King’s Cross. Luke Hayes, Hufton and Crow

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A view of the upper deck of shop units with the Gasholder residential development behind. Luke Hayes

Spectacular ‘kissing’ roofs top the stunning new high-end shopping mall in converted London coal sheds. Butin transforming industrial land, writes Rowan Moore, developers have turned King’s Cross into a pseudo-public space that doesn’t quite feel real

I am reading the most pretentious and verbose label ever attached to tea towel, If it were a caption next to a work of contemporary art, you would think it excessive. The towel, to give you a condensed version "twists the traditional expression of a kitchen textile"; with "a vibrant melange look", achieved by doing interesting things to yarns and twill stripes, it "adds a contemporary edge to the kitchen". The tea towel costs £15. Fifteen pounds! Enough to say that it's a very n...

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