デイビッド・アジャイの「サンクンハウス」とアーモンドの木

[By James Hobbs in London] We recently followed a street tree walk around our local streets from Paul Wood’s enlightening book London’s Street Trees. It was a bit of an epiphany to realise what an urban arboretum we have been walking under all these years: the route took in strawberry trees, tulip trees, dawn redwoods, Persian ironwoods, juneberries, wild service and Japanese pagoda trees, among others. Hackney, the borough of central London we live in, has alone planted more than 1,000 street trees since 2018. This almond tree (you won’t recognise it from my drawing) grows on the pavement outside David Adjaye’s Sunken House. Adjaye’s designs include the Smithsonian National […]