Architecture According to Pigeons

Posted by Rachel Brown on

In this week's Weekend Reading Speck Lee Tailfeather, the pigeon, travels the world and flies to his favourite human buildings in appreciation of our architecture. Speck recounts fond memories in humorous and interesting dialogue accompanied by illustrations of his views of the architecture and a wealth of knowledge and history of each building, from Guts Gallery (aka Georges Pompidou Centre) to The Great Worm (Great Wall of China).


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