The London Apothecaries Hall
Penelope Corfield delights in the traditions and splendours of the Apothecaries Hall in the capital.
London, like all great cities, lives on and amongst its past. Its urban form is created by the rival pressures of dynamic change, on the one hand, and the forces of preservation on the other. As a result, the old and new everywhere mingle. Old field patterns lie under modern estates. Old buildings sit shoulder to shoulder with new. The past lies round every corner.
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