Arts and Culture

City and Urban Design – Gerald Matthews

Posted on: Wed 5 May 2021

Stereotyping in architecture is more practical than you might think. It helps us know what a building is at face value and helps us navigate our city.

For example, you know a church when you see one and you can always tell when a building used to serve as a bank.

So why have architects taken a new approach when designing buildings and are stereotypes still being used?

Gerald Matthews from Matthews Architects joins Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis to find out more.

Produced by: Zoe Kounadis
Image by: Flickr


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