'I'm not paying big money to look at that giant ugly mushroom. It's a disgrace.'
Deptford resident Daisy O'Connor on the Dome. Times, 23.9.99
'Sandy Wilson endured so much abuse in pursuit of something so fine (the British Library) when this receptacle for corporate kitsch breezed right through. Cruel Britannia.'
Michael Sorkin on the Dome. Metropolis, October 1999
'Good architects don't build in New York City any more, and we want them back.'
Philip Johnson. Metropolis, October 1999
'It's probably just another collision. There are endless collisions on that road because everyone turns round to stare at us as they drive past.'
Gillian Marshall-Andrews, who lives in Future Systems' Pembrokeshire house. Sunday Telegraph, 26.9.99
'Every undesirable high-street chain in the land has a branch there: Rip Off, Pasta Travesti, Stitch You Up, Seen U Comin, Swillgrill, Sumpburger . . . '
Jonathan Meades visits Birmingham's Brindleyplace development. Times, 25.9.99