CABE slams Philip Johnson's 'alien'
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) has laid into plans by nonagenarian big-name Philip Johnson and Studio BAAD for a £250 million landmark retail and park development in Liverpool. It poured scorn on the architects' scheme for Chavasse Park for being 'alien' to the city centre and suggested that if it went ahead it would make the city fabric worse, rather than better.
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