Rediscovering The Permanence of Place Tickets
Marie Burns's talk explores how a contemporary approach to public realm design within
a historic context provides the opportunity to re-capture and celebrate the
intrinsic qualities of place such as Leicester Square and how new public spaces
within the City of London have been created that express their historical
significance. Lecturer: Marie Burns Landscape Architect, Burns & Nice Image: copyright Marie Burns
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We always endeavour to keep these costs as low as possible to merely cover the costs of postage. We only charge you one Delivery cost per order so if there is a big group of you recommend purchasing larger amounts in one order.
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