Monthly Archives: September 2012

King’s Cross: Regenerating a Landmark

I came home truly inspired after an extraordinary visit to an area of London which normally leaves me depressed and longing for escape; King’s Cross. I remembered the marshalling yards behind the station, a bleak site of utter dereliction, like … Continue reading

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Real Devilry: The Trials, Tribulations and Joys of Languedoc

From the hill above, Conques is either like a dream from the brothers Grimm, or like a town from an early Cubist painting by Picasso or Braque: soft brown slopes and cones of roves, rippling with tiles, their supporting walls … Continue reading

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