Category Archives: Urban planning

Celestial Bodies 

​ Musings on the installation of Equinox, a public artwork for the new Tamworth Hospital made on site in October 2016 by James Rogers and Nameer Davis.  Equinox is the twice yearly event at which the sun crosses the celestial … Continue reading

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Makin’ Histry

We returned to Istanbul two nights ago. Back to a hotel empty of guests and staff appearing stressed due to protests at nearby Taksim Square. We’d been away south for a week, now back in the familiar fourth floor room … Continue reading

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Budapest

The Central Cafe in Budapest is a functioning monument built in the 1880s in the fever of construction heralding the Magyar millennium. The air inside is pulled by soft and hard sounds made by mouths full of air or flesh, … Continue reading

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