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A life in architecture: dickon robinson

In the 30 years Dickon Robinson has been living in the West End,he has become fascinated by the roofscape ofthe city and the way towers interact with each other.From the fire escape ofhis Covent Garden flat he has a fantastic view ofthe Telecommunications Tower (above) and Centre Point,with their contrasting profiles:the Telecom Tower with its cluster ofaerials,swelling and coming to a point;Centre Point symmetrical all the way up and terminating in a flat roof.

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