A touching tale
Astragal nobly roused himself from his pit early on Saturday morning (30 June) to go on an urban ramble. Doggedly working through his hangover Astragal joined Touching the City organisers Oliver Froome-Lewis and Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg and a gaggle of architects on a walk from Westminster to the Millennium Dome. The aim was to look at forlorn urban spaces that they call ‘BenchSpace’. No stranger to hanging round on park benches, Astragal was well-placed ...
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