Visions of a life

Another one for the unbuilt London pile, Diller Scofidio & Renfro’s proposed Centre for Music has been scrapped. The scheme was elaborate and ambitious and the suggested £288m budget seemed woefully inadequate (shades of the Elbphilharmonie). The renders brought to mind the early, somewhat pie-in-the-sky visions of the Tate Modern Extension before it took on its final brick form / related, London, my London has a new book out, Vic Keegan’s Lost London / Headquarters, Christophe Jacrot / House for a Craftsman, TEN Architects / sixeightsevensix makes jackets / an interview with former Teletubby John Simmit / related, the remains of Teletubbyland. Not much to see / kickstart this facismile of Louis I.Kahn’s notebooks / wikipedia’s sinkhole page is a sinkhole / On Wimmin’s Land, Southern Oregon’s history as a ‘heartland of lesbian separatism’ / raise funds for the Bad Seeds tour crew / a tribute to architect Trevor Dannatt / music by The Stolen Orchestra

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