John McKean's comments
I fear Robert Wakeham is once more spot on.
I also fear that when a news magazine has such pieces which read like undigested press releases it has reached an unenviable "benchmark development".
Fingers ever crossed but yes, Phil Parker, I fear they are.
And the tiny trickle of rich black children go to private schools and the Cambridge, the AA, the Bartlett...
What about trying one box to tick: no higher education institution to accept a higher proportion of applicants from private schools than the proportion of 16-18 year olds nationally attending such private schools. A colour-blind and reasonable idea for real change.
Next up is the potential 'firesale' of the core of Brighton to Standard Life.
Congratulations to Will Hurst for never having let the bone be pulled out of his jaws and thrown away.
Keeping in keeping with the dental school displays superior urban sensitivity. (And if you're going to list an art school you surely should list a much more prominent dental school too.)
All strength to king Louis and his half century! And great to see in colour for the first time one of the two images I stole from him (the other was from Design magazine I think), using them to introduce the two volumes of my student thesis in 1968 arguing for low-rise humane housing.
"At the time, then architecture minister Margaret Hodge concurred with Historic England that it was unfit for people to live in."
Nothing else, I presume, on Dame Margaret's list of places "unfit for people to live in" which we could therefore usefully turn at vast expense into landfill?? If not, let's just enjoy rearranging the deckchairs as we steam on.
Portcullis House atrium might be fine for a mock up of the combatively-shaped Commons chamber. But the absolute no brainer is to de-rail the whole gravy train and send it up HS2/3 to Manchester or - why not - to learn what a more sane debating forum feels like by sharing Miralles' space with the MSPs (every second day?... week?)
Congratulations on getting it through, and I very much look forward to seeing it gracing our streets.
(But do Farshid Moussavi's parents not talk to each other?)