Illustrated with maps, archive photographs and paintings, as well as some original sketches, “Shaping London” sees architect and urban planner Sir Terry Farrell create connections between London’s past, present, and future.
In this book Farrell charts how London’s messy and complex architectural shape has evolved over time from a series of layers- natural and man-made. It gives an account that stretches from the banks of the Thames to Richmond and Kew to London Docklands and the heavily industrialised Thames Estuary, whilst also looking at well-known landmarks and sights.
“Shaping London” suggests a way of observing and learning from London today that are key to understanding how the capital might grow and change in the future.
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