A change for the better

Jeremy Dixon is keen that the new Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, London, is not described as a refurbishment project. After the 16 years and US$353 million spent on the job you can appreciate his concern. But only if you subscribe to the view that “refurb” is of secondary ...

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