THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

12 July ~ Some towns are very proud of their shopping malls. There was a giddy era for British architecture when Tesco adopted the neo-Roman style for its new stores – cascading tiled roofs of scorched umber, classical arches, sun-bleached white façades in some cases. It was a time ripe with possibilities, when many of us hoped this trend might escalate into something extraordinary on the outskirts of our towns: Morrisons with moats and keeps, Waitroses built in the style of the Babylonian Temple of Ishtar, Asdas carved entirely from ice. Read more

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