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Destruction Stories #3

wembley stadium Wembley Stadium Twin Towers
World famous sporting monument. Fantastic designs, roman temples, religious iconography. All gone.

victoria and albert museam extension V&A: - Libeskind Extension
Not the best design to grace our glorious museum. Maybe some top notch nobody trod where angels fear.

Channel Tunnel Rail Link Channel Tunnel Rail Link
Cut the heart out of St Pancras, strafe the terrain with concrete, build yourself a nice new Eurostar Terminal block.

tate modern Tate Modern
Innard churned out for modern mass meanderings. Used to look better when derelict. Is it art?

millenuim dome Millenium Dome
Blank Cheque for elitist booze-up in beer tent. There was no point to it all. None at all. But it costa packet.

peckham library Peckham Library
So this is better than trad design? Or is it worse? Or are people being told what to think? Think for yourself!

vauxhall cross bus Vauxhall Bus Terminal
Ski Slope appears in South London. What a waste for time and money. A shelter which doesnt shelter?

city hall, london City Hall
Mad Mayor's fight against frugality. So this is where the council tax money goes? They must have our money to burn.

portcullis house Portcullis House
Costly chimnified sweat shop for piglet politicians. Upstaging the area with it's horrible posing pouch.

british museum portico British Museum South Portico
Double dealing founders fraudulent fakery. Spot the difference? They couldnt. They were counting the cash.

kings cross station Kings Cross Concourse
Grand Station Facade ruined. Obscured by a cheap shabby carbuncle. This could all be so magnificent.

british library British Library
Hardback Haunted House of Horror. Billions over budget. Unbearable and unapproachable.

pimlico houses Pimlico's Georgian Houses
Charming Olde Terrace making way for a litter strewn wasteland Car Park? That's what they threatened to do.



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