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FESTIVAL LEGACY SHOULD BE LEFT TO THE PAST

LETTERS

I wonder how many people gave a second glance to the Festival of Britain pavilion faced with demolition (AJ 06.04.06)?

In a museum it might attain some gravitas, but otherwise it hardly grabs attention. Making it one of a triumvirate with the Festival Hall and the Lansbury Estate is laughable.

Make's sharply geometric structure looks far more exciting. Isn't it time to stop wallowing in the past?

Lorraine Woodward, by email

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