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Andrew Wood

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  • Comment on: The era of follies is over

    Andrew Wood's comment 24 April, 2017 11:02 am

    Had the Victorians had a similar attitude to the authors, our public spaces would have been very mean. People were struggling to get by then as well.

    Were the garden bridge to be built subsequent generations would thank us for our contribution to London's public space and millions of photographs would have been taken each year of it or from it. The folly of its procurement would have been quickly forgotten.

    Although the procurement may have been a mess we also need some follies in our life or does Mr Richie as an architect suggest from now on simple cheap rectangular structures to all of our building needs? Why do we even need architects? since 'too many people are struggling to get by' lets save on architects fees by going for very simple concrete or brick boxes.

  • Comment on: In pictures: London’s largest new schemes from the air

    Andrew Wood's comment 11 January, 2016 9:57 am

    No pictures of Wood Wharf & Herons Quay at Canary Wharf? What is happening along South Quay on the Isle of Dogs and Blackwall makes Nine Elms and Greenwich Peninsula look like small villages.

  • Comment on: Manser Practice reveals plans for London's first cruise liner terminal

    Andrew Wood's comment 29 May, 2015 9:26 pm

    I wonder if the cruise terminal and the cruise ships docked there will be connected to mains power otherwise you will have diesel smoke from the ships generators wafting into those nice balconies. No mains power would inevitably result in environmental failings as ships diesel engines are not the cleanest.