Jonathan Glancey

architectural critic and writer

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Architectural critic and writer Jonathan Glancey  is a contributor to the BBC and the author of The Story of Architecture.

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Battersea's future

The famed Battersea Power Station in London is getting a new tenant, Apple. And a new US Embassy is under construction just yards away.

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