Not so thrilled by car park

Trinity Square car park: a dismally glowering brutalist monument?

It is unfortunate that the undoubted aesthetic value of the “Get Carter” car park expounded by Owen Hatherley (Urban Trawl June 26) is not balanced by the also undoubted irrelevance to modern retail and the community who live and shop beneath its “dismally thrilling” concrete

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