For the first time in almost a century, a new building vernacular based on brick could be emerging in the UK capital
Is there a London architecture? Is there something to match Paris’s Belle Époque boulevards or New York’s Art Deco towers?
I suppose you might suggest the Georgian city square — those self-effacing terraces of flat-fronted brick, which seem so perfectly proportioned and eternally desirable. Other cities may have palazzi, endless enfilade apartments or skyscraper condos, but London’s essence seems to reside in those 18th-century terraces.
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