Gordon Shrigley Architect, has a wide range of completed buildings to his name, from warehouse conversions and major new residential projects to modern detached houses. His skills and approach to architecture are shaped by many years of experience in renowned practices, including Allies & Morrison Architects, Edward Cullinan & Partners and Andrew Gollifer Associates. He is also a long term member of the Hackney Design Review Panel and a Trustee of the charity St. Margaret's House in Bethnal Green, London.
Rather a poor attempt, as this weak aping of the form of the truly extraordinary Media Centre speaks volumes and clearly lacks tectonic rigour and may also suggest lamentably, the inability of the Architect to say anything original.
Strange to situate the history of the car, that speaks so clearly of the futurist inspired desire for speed, sex and ultimately death, within a rather twee landscape that appears to seek to deny the cars ultimate urbanity and also to greenwash, simply by an overabundance of green stuff, its deleterious effects on our lungs and the planet.
Why are architects always so unwilling to explore such themes?