Tuesday31 May 2016

Amanda Baillieu - home page index

It's your museum and you can sleep in it if you want to

25 May 2016

As Tate Modern prepares to open its £215m extension and the V&A plots its eastern outpost, Amanda Baillieu questions whether museums can still dazzle us

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Martyn Evans

If we're to build good places, architects and developers need to learn to trust each other

23 May 2016

Get round a table and talk, Martyn Evans tells clients and designers. But don’t talk about buildings - talk about people

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Julia Park, head of research at Levitt Bernstein

When it comes to housing it's people who count, not units per hectare

20 May 2016

There are endless ways of calculating density, each with a different physical and social outcome. Julia Park does the maths

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July 31

As London builds tall, we urgently need to rethink the rules governing 'public space'

17 May 2016

If they are putting us in flats, developers and politicians need to be realistic about our need to be ourselves outside

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Hank Dittmar

Sadiq Khan, you need to read these reports by Boris' design advisors

10 May 2016

London’s new mayor has his work cut out on housing and planning, but he has plenty of excellent advice to draw on, says Hank Dittmar

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Thomas Heatherwick

Arne Jacobsen designed chairs. Why won't architects let Heatherwick design buildings?

9 May 2016

Architects have nothing to fear from designers straying on to their turf - and plenty to gain from collaboration, argues Mark Middleton

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