Our columnist still thinks there’s some work to be done before London cycling is the joy it deserves to be.
Tag Archive: Peter Murray
Our columnist believes it’s time to make Clerkenwell roads safer for cyclists, by revisiting some ideas from the past.
Thirty years after Piers Gough designed a Britton Street house for Janet Street-Porter, our columnist Peter Murray says it deserves... View Article
Clerkenwell Design Week confirms EC1’s position at the heart of the capital’s creative economy. Our columnist says it’s architects that... View Article
As the Charterhouse invites visitors to learn about its history, our columnist says our religious heritage is a precious part... View Article
A new history of Smithfield considers the Crossrail effect. Our columnist says Clerkenwell might look very different in a decade…
Looking back at 350 years of architecture since the Great Fire, our columnist says medieval streets can inspire exciting plans... View Article
With the Crossrail crowds coming and a need for more open space, our columnist says it’s time to cover our... View Article
Design once helped to solve disease in London, and our columnist says that architecture and planning can fix today’s city... View Article
New London Architecture (NLA) is set to unveil its New London Model – the biggest of its kind in the... View Article