sjac wrote:Well designed tower clusters can actually be quite bright and vibrant places to live - San Francisco, Vancouver, and New York all have great examples. The individual flats will retain a lot of light given their height, and from first glance at the plans it looks like the tower placement will allow for a decent amount of sunlight on the public spaces and will minimise the reduction of light on existing buildings. I'm sure there will be an epic amount of scrutiny over every last detail, but certainly looks better than what we've got now!
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