Such a tiny house, yet still a quarter of it given over to storing a car...
So only now Boris Johnson is aware of sunk costs fallacy and the possible issues of pushing ahead with a controversial huge development with skyrocketing costs and increasingly complicated legal processes.
Weird decision, the roofline is approximately the same as the two neighbouring properties directly to the west, and somewhat smaller than the tower just to the south.
it's a busy junction of mixed use, market and throughroutes, and seems entirely sensible to have a greater density here.
This could be really good programming, but I think would only be really successful if it was off-site, popping up in unusual architectures, and engaging with a wider crowd.
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Does anyone here remember Architects Declare? Seems like a long time ago now.