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

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Victoria Tower Gardens seem already to be suffering from being treated as a convenient bit of spare land in which to deposit things - at the wider north end, between the monument to Emmeline Pankhurst and the river, the Gardens appear to have been gnawed away to create the sedum-roofed linear 'barrier' building apparently housing parliamentary visitors' facilities (possibly illustrated in the AJ, though I can't remember it) This building also serves to inadequately screen the mess behind, adjoining Black Rod's garden, and the cynical among us might see this as a fair representation of what's going on within Parliament just now, as well as displaying contempt for the integrity of the gardens. Adjaye isn't alone in causing disruption to the park.

Posted date

5 February, 2019

Posted time

2:25 pm

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