Exhibiting good architecture
Our guest this week has over the last 35 years been tasked with bringing some of London’s most precious cultural landmarks up to date. Projects including the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, the National Portrait Gallery, Somerset House and more recently the highly controversial traffic sharing scheme at Exhibition Road.
Edward Jones, co-founder of Dixon Jones talks to Michael Hammond about London’s architecture today and the importance of teaching architecture by those practising it.
Sound track; “Night Train by The Oscar Peterson Trio, was always a favourite during late night working sessions,” Edward Dixon
Edward Jones is a WAN AWARDS judge.