Category Archives: Architectural Realisations

A Thank You to Bridges 2014, Gwacheon Museum, Seoul and 광복절

A big thank you from Delegate Dave to the Bridges Organisation and all those connected with the Gwacheon National Museum of Science and others in the stunning city of Seoul who did so much to make Bridges 2014 such a memorable … Continue reading

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Repaving Red Square for Lenin’s Birthday – вновь прокладывает Красную площадь

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (Владимир Ильич Ленин) seems to have been a fortunately rare example of an idealist who had the political skill to enable him to try his ideas out in practice. According to John Gray (whose oratorical skills I … Continue reading

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Trafalgar Square less Square

And while we’re showing how you architects could make the World’s Public Squares far more exciting even than they are, here’s a preliminary sketch for a floor-sculptural installation at Trafalgar Square. We’re working up to St. Peter’s (Piazza San Pietro), … Continue reading

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St Paul’s Square gets a Repave

Visitors to St.Pauls’ Cathedral are in danger of being led off the straight onto bent and narrow paths, courtesy of a quick design sketch by Michael Mitchell, currently at the Welsh School of Architecture, University of Cardiff. There’s scarcely enough … Continue reading

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