Upset Down Under
A great row is brewing up in Australia, reminiscent of the brouhaha over the Sydney Opera House and, closer to home, the late Denys Lasdun’s concerns about proposed changes to the National Theatre. The row concerns the National Gallery of Australia, in Canberra, where the planned changes by Andrew Andersons of PTW do not meet with the approval of its 85-year-old original architect, Col Madigan. According to the Australian newspaper, ...
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