Adjaye director defends revised Holocaust Memorial proposals

Adjaye Associates Holocaust Memorial with architects

‘Absolutely no compromises – criticism has made it better’

The architect behind Adjaye Associates’ controversial Holocaust Memorial said the proposal has been improved by taking on board public criticism.

Lucy Tilley, director of the practice’s London office, said there had been “absolutely no compromises” to the £50m scheme beside Parliament.

They hope to put it in for planning before the end of the year, once they get the green light from government.

The revised scheme goes on public display today until Saturday.

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