The London Architecture festival was addressed by the Mayor last night who said:
It is true that I did once take a paper in architecture at university but the syllabus ended after the invention of the Corinthian column and before the Romans introduced the arch and though I look up with a delighted eye at many of the revolutionary buildings going up in London my profoundest thought is that I like the crashed mothership by Daniel Libeskind on Holloway Road, and I like the cornices and the triglyphs and the metopes and the caryatids of the more traditional buildings but I have come to the conclusion that I like each more for its proximity to the other.
…the rest of it however was also interesting and, in theory, more readable! It’s available here.
Also today the owners of Battersea Power Station launched their own plans…