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Debates: Issue 202 1 Jan 2009

Are British architects really ‘soulless’?

British architects are still designing soulless towns dominated by the car, a leading American planner has said.

Andrés Duany, one of the original designers of Prince Charles’ Poundbury village in Dorset, was speaking in London last month.

Duany accused British architects of continuing to design car-dependent communities dominated by out-of-town retail parks, excessive road signage and “placeless” architecture. Duany was also concerned that an attraction to innovative...

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