Is Rogers’ plan for Chelsea Barracks good urbanism?

Chelsea Barracks: successfully elegant or too stylish by half?

Yes, says MJ Long, it’s an integrated scheme that has rhythm and style; no, says Alan Baxter, its public realm content is insufficient and it destroys the existing street pattern

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