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David Adjaye says ‘disrupting’ the park is key to his Holocaust memorial thinking


Unfortunately, the architect's comments do not stand up. It is not a question of disturbing people's thoughts whilst they are in a green space , as this particular memorial could well prevent access to tat space by requiring tight security, possibly security fencing, traffic and queue controls, maybe extra policing, the removal of some of the greenery, as well as shifting an anti-slavery memorial. A sledgehammer to crack a nut.

Posted date

5 February, 2019

Posted time

11:30 am