Piers Gough's drive-thru view of Georgian housing
Nicely coinciding with the fuel protests, Piers Gough's latest programme in his continuing TV series was as much a celebration of the car as it was a paeon to Georgian architecture. The programme was structured around an analogy between car manufacturing and Georgian housing production which, Gough argues, provided for the first time - just as Henry Ford did in the twentieth century- a basic structural model capable of being easily adapted and customised to meet the different needs ...
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