By John Beckwith, John Beckwith23 February 2001
The homogeneity of Parisian architecture is part of its visual attraction, but the disadvantage of its Hausmannien buildings is that they do not, as a rule, convert easily to efficient modern office use. Consequently, the French have been keen proponents of compulsory purchase laws to create new decentralised office concentrations, ...
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