'Will the masterplanner have the courage to suggest the demolition of the Hayward, qeh and Purcell Room? Will eh keep its nerve and refuse to list them? Or will they all crack and bow to the vociferous '70s heritage lobby? Giles Worsley. Telegraph, 1.5.99
'The sceptic observes in this project yet another bandwagon-clambering exercise . . .' Brian Sewell on the proposed Holocaust Museum in Manchester. Evening Standard, 27.4.99
'The French government is quite different from the sort of clients who take me on . . . In France they want an object, a gem. I don't do gems. Or prisons, or cathedrals.' Cedric Price. Guardian, 3.5.99
'Paris, Amsterdam and New York are doomed cities . . . No longer laboratories of uncertainty, they can only become more like themselves.' Rem Koolhaas. IoS, 2.5.99
'Wouldn't it be ironic if the journey to the Dome turned out to be more exhilarating than the destination?'Edwin Heathcote on the new Jubilee Line stations. Financial Times, 1.5.99
'You cannot expect a man who postures only as a structural engineer to be interested in warmth, enclosure, resonance, symbolism, richness and all the qualities which might make public spaces enjoyable and memorable.'
'Piloti' on Sir Norman Foster. Private Eye, 30.4.99