One thing that has occurred to me about the development photos in this forum is that we rarely see how the interiors of these buildings are constructed. It would be fascinating to learn about the teams of day-wallers, tilers, plumbers, electricians, painters etc. I wonder how the materials are...
Are there any proposals for the fields of grass between the mall carpark and the roads? And for the carpark itself like in and around Square One?
My own regret with these projects is that they aren't particularly walkable neighbourhoods.
Yesterday InsideHalton published an article highlighting criticism that this project is facing as well as the positive results from various impact studies.
When I saw this image, I was reminded of those aerial shots of Square One when it was first constructed in the 1970s. This one is from the other direction as the photo uploaded here by Bangkok. (I tried to find the same angle, but Google Images had other plans.)
For some reason, minimalist kitchens like this are the standard here in Germany with all new builds and kitchen renovations. If you look at magazines or stores for housewares and furniture, interior design, or hardware this is the only style of kitchen available. Most cabinets are solid colours...