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Foulkes: 'We want people to fall in love with Plymouth'


Bernie Foulkes of LDA Design details how the practice is remasterplanning Plymouth’s famous postwar grid


Farrell: 'Why are we not building new bridges in East London?'


Terry Farrell sets out his wish list for the next mayor of London – including more bridges east of Tower Bridge and a plea to turn the capital into a National Park

David Tittle of MADE

David Tittle: 'We need a review of design review'


The design review process needs more teeth and a blend of national and local expertise, says the chief executive of West Midlands design review organisation MADE

Ab Rogers

Ab Rogers on Balfron: 'We don't want to create a pastiche'


Ab Rogers sets out why his and Studio Egret West’s plans for Erno Goldfinger’s Grade II*-listed Balfron tower will not diminish the Brutalist landmark’s architectural strength

‘It falls on the verge of wallpaper’. Alsop in front of Large Decoration with Masks (1953). Image: Anthony Coleman

Will Alsop: the idea of the ‘Garden City’ denies reality


The Garden City as a concept is a contradiction to the modern social condition, says Will Alsop

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