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Residential population of the London docklands over two centuries! Cool data in this @FT  long read by Deyan Sudjic on London docklands.

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Writer and broadcaster Deyan Sudjic — who, in 1981, positively shunned the crowd when he leased a draughty loft in the abandoned reaches of Wapping — looks back on the past 40 years of development in the London Docklands 👉

"Canary Wharf accounts for 67,000 finance sector jobs, putting it ahead of Frankfurt as a banking centre.” Data from @TheEconomist  in great @FT  long read by Deyan Sudjic.

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Blended finance! Deyan Sudjic on how the vision of corporate redevelopment of London docklands with global money logrolled Thatcher into massive state intervention. It "Felt eerily like an out-take from The Long Good Friday

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In the past 40 years, the London Docklands has transformed from a derelict wasteland to a financial powerhouse — writer and broadcaster Deyan Sudjic recalls how it all got started

In the past 40 years, the London Docklands has transformed from a derelict wasteland to a financial powerhouse — writer and broadcaster Deyan Sudjic recalls how it all got started

"What really attracted Toronto-based Olympia & York to Canary Wharf was a simple calculation. In 1980, Tokyo had 400m sq ft of prime office space; New York had 300m sq ft; but London had just 160m sq ft.” Deyan Sudjic

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We’re pulling back the curtain on DuPont innovation, figuratively and literally. Meet Deyan Wang. #inventabetternow  #makeanimpact 

Olivia Sudjic's second novel is wickedly tense – just ignore the blunt politics.

In “Asylum RoadOlivia Sudjic coolly executes a climax as treacherous and unexpected as a hairpin bend

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In fragmented psychological prose, Olivia Sudjic stealthily plants clues to her ultimate subject

Olivia Sudjic’s second novel, “Asylum Road”, is broader in scope than her previous work and its artistic grip more certain

“He designed its logos, its magazines and record covers, its cafes and its posters  . He was so many different kinds of designer, a  brilliant artist and a great teacher.” - Deyan Sudjic. | Next week’s #FontSunday  will be a tribute to #MiltonGlaser .

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