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Hugo Target

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  • Comment on: Japanese architects file petition against Zaha’s Tokyo Olympics stadium

    Hugo Target's comment 12 November, 2013 9:57 am

    ‘The articulation, how [the design] manifests itself, really needs to come from a single vision, otherwise there won‘t be authorship, there won‘t be an authentic voice behind it.’

    Really?

  • Comment on: ARB defends itself against ‘kangaroo court procedures’ claims

    Hugo Target's comment 6 August, 2013 10:30 am

    "She said ability to read and retain information was a key skill required to be appointed to the tribunals"

  • Comment on: Metropolitan Workshop and Jestico + Whiles land Robin Hood Gardens revamp

    Hugo Target's comment 6 June, 2013 9:12 pm

    These buildings have been the victim of a neglectful establishment. The residents were never consulted in an open and honest way, and many are apoplectic to discover they are to lose a place they are proud to call home. Margaret Hodge and all other responsible parties should feel ashamed that they were not able to see past their own apathy (and sacks of cash) to protect a landmark structure that deserved a more loving patron from day one. The opportunity is now lost. Let time tell if indeed a finer replacement can be mustered by Tower Hamlets and its suitors.

  • Comment on: Metropolitan Workshop and Jestico + Whiles land Robin Hood Gardens revamp

    Hugo Target's comment 6 June, 2013 3:57 pm

    These buildings have been the victim of a neglectful establishment. The residents were never consulted in an open and honest way, and many are apoplectic to discover they are to lose a place they are proud to call home. Margaret Hodge and all other responsible parties should feel ashamed that they were not able to see past their own apathy (and sacks of cash) to protect a landmark structure that deserved a more loving patron from day one. The opportunity is now lost. Let time tell if indeed a finer replacement can be mustered by Tower Hamlets and its suitors.

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