The AJ has selected the best tweets from some of the industry’s top commentators as they look back on a memorable year in architecture
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What was the standout architectural moment in 2014?
@ArchitectsJrnal The year London deceived itself into thinking it’s an architectural capital cf.public space, Garden Bridge, towers -luxury.
— edwin heathcote (@edwinheathcote) December 12, 2014
— Walter Menteth (@WalterMenteth) December 12, 2014
@waitey if have to talk about the displaced populations of Palestine in the summer and Syria. But they would be lows not highlights
— Ian McChesney (@Ian_McChesney) December 12, 2014
@ArchitectsJrnal the year that a celebrity’s whim was mysteriously lubricated through the system by a sprinkling of architectural fairydust.
— Olly Wainwright (@ollywainwright) December 12, 2014
@waitey … 2014 will be remembered in Make for the year we lost much loved Partner James Phillips who was only 27 years old.
— ken shuttleworth (@makeken) December 11, 2014
— Foster Lomas (@fosterlomas) December 11, 2014
@waitey : That awful blockage (‘Link Building’) in Manchester’s Library Walk.
— THE MODERNIST (@modernistmag) December 11, 2014
— Carrie Behar (@LoLoStudent) December 12, 2014
— Gem Barton (@gem_shandy) December 14, 2014
@Owenmeowenyouthe year that it all dawned on us that London’s future would be dwarfed and overshadowed by tall buildings.
— Susie Clapham (@FLASC_) December 11, 2014
— Ben Adams Architects (@BenAdamsArch) December 11, 2014