Paul Finch

A City Of Shopkeepers 2

No sooner was the ink drying on the piece below when the argument for and against sightlines in London cropped up on America’s NPR. This time Paul Finch, a critic at Architects’ Journal, is concerned by what he says is the implication that instead of just preserving views of the Tower of London, UNESCO is […]

A Style For London

Paul Finch, the head of England’s national architectural review body, has been talking about how important it was for the London Olympic Games to be designed by modernists and not traditionalists, a view I more or less agree with. His idea of modernism is a global one, so there is nothing uniquely British about the […]