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Southbank plans face major rethink after Boris backs skatepark


I am convinced that creative architectural talent is able to offer a solution which keeps the skaters where they seem to have collectively agreed to stay and at the same time gets from the design solution those areas to let that would allegedly cover financial gaps to maintain the free-art-for-all offer. The negative side of this note, one could argue, is that decisions about cultural assets are still taken in a vertical way rather than in a horizontal negotiated one and that more and more profit seems to be central to projects rather than the civilised dwelling in the city.

Posted date

17 January, 2014

Posted time

10:08 am


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