Cab drivers may not like going south of the river, but luckily for us, Julian Lewis of East Architects does. He has written a thought-provoking piece for Debate London that finally explains why north and south feel so different - and tells us what the south should do with its public spaces.
Posted by: Kieran Long on 14/06/07


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