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The Big Rethink Part 1: Towards a Complete Architecture

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Fantastic to start the new year with such a significant article. Without cultural evolution we are stuck in the pastiche world of match existing twiddle dee and twiddle dumb pseudo vernacular, funky facades and solar gadgetry blowing hot air. The public sector which commissions 40% of the work and gives consent to the rest needs to be empowered and able to think more boldly about our cities and towns. We are more worried about the look of things rather than human welfare. Britain has some of the world's leading expertise and it is about time there was a cultural shift in our planning departments to use this talent so that we can evolve out of our heritage not into it.

Posted date

6 January, 2012

Posted time

10:16 am

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