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S VOUTSADAKIS

S VOUTSADAKIS

London

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  • Comment on: Big guns come out in support of Robin Hood Gardens

    S VOUTSADAKIS's comment 23-Jun-2015 12:06 pm

    Could some one please send a copy of A & P Smithson’s books: ‘Without Rhetoric’ and ‘Ordinariness and Light’ to ‘Historic’ England. Their last chance to understand what it is all about. By the way if you were to ask the residence opinion … Most would like to stay and are prepare to put up with the disturbance of improvements, necessary to brink the estate to current standards. But then again you look across the green and Canary Wharf is so close!

  • Comment on: Brandon Lewis confirmed as 'minister for architecture'

    S VOUTSADAKIS's comment 22-May-2015 10:56 am

    A ten year plan is a very good idea. But I am afraid 'market economics' and planning are not natural bed-felowes.

  • Comment on: Paolozzi arches at Tottenham Court Road ‘already demolished’

    S VOUTSADAKIS's comment 30-Jan-2015 7:17 pm

    I wonder what the people at the Architects Registration Council think as regards the professional ethos and practice of the architects?

  • Comment on: Government sets up design panel to 'ensure quality of new homes'

    S VOUTSADAKIS's comment 15-Dec-2014 7:26 pm

    Terry Farrell, Roger Scruton and Quinlan Terry the 'troika' of architectural design!!! All architects that were in practice in the 70s will be back in business, mono-pitch roofs are in for a big come back, 2-storey houses and 3-storey block of flats will be back in fashion, and densities down to 100 ppa. Can we have two Hellman cartoons per issue from now on, please? Well said Judith; Jonathan you know the answer to your question, any way the new housing is for old people, young people can not afford new housing

  • Comment on: Kiosk: 07.03.14

    S VOUTSADAKIS's comment 12-Mar-2014 5:58 pm

    I have renew my subscription recently. As a result you have stopped delivering the magazine and now I can not open the digital edition! Is this post-modern publishing?

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