1. The Plagiarist's Cassoulet
    Posted On: May 26th, 2017

    The Plagiarist's Cassoulet

    Take a stroll through historic Mere, and you would think that the closest this sleepy town came to Brutalist architecture would be the controversial use of UPVC for a conservatory, or the neighbour-baiting choice of a colour other than sage for a front door. Likewise, the scenic Yapp Brothers HQ in the heart of the […]
  2. Pompey Museum Without Walls
    Posted On: August 29th, 2012

    Pompey Museum Without Walls

    I first became aware of Jonathan Meades back in 1993 – I was an undergraduate at the time, studying in Portsmouth. With what could be seen as a high degree of resonance, I spotted his book ‘Pompey’ in a book shop beneath the Tricorn Centre, Portsmouth’s original contribution to Brutalist architecture which received a commendation […]

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