Tag Archives: St George’s Day

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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Quaint Mazes in the Wanton Green

The 23rd.  of April is believed to have been the day of  William Shakespeare’s birth in 1564. The neglected mazes regretted by Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream The nine-men’s-morris is filled up with mud And the quaint mazes in … Continue reading

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