Tag : Hastings Pier
Showering students with top qualifications is not a sign of brilliant teaching or brilliant students. It is a sign of intellectual and moral dishonesty, writes Paul Finch
Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: de Rijke speaks out over Hastings Pier • Schumacher claims executors threatened to eject him from ZHA • Government rejects Weston Williamson’s M25 for trains
dRMM has described its ‘dismay’ at the fate of its Stirling Prize-winning Hastings Pier as a row rages over the unexpected closure of the attraction
Hastings Pier closes to public Subscription
dRMM’s Stirling Prize-winning Hastings Pier has unexpectedly closed for more than two months for ‘essential repairs and improvements’ .
Against the odds, the seaside pier endures, but its long-term future is far from certain, says Catherine Slessor
As a veteran of competitions to restore piers, Paul Finch looks to Hastings Council to recognise the town’s most famous structure