Friday, November 20, 2009


Sir John Sorrell, chair of CABE, has explored whether, now that there is no longer the means for an architecture of wealth, we have the imagination to create new kinds of places which lift the spirits. His talk, 'Delight', was delivered earlier this week at an event at Tate Modern on architecture in an age of anxiety. It can be read in full online, although perhaps a podcast would have been a useful alternative.