Consideration Needed When Expanding Landmarks

Sorry we missed this one. Architect and conservationist Geoffrey MacLean was able to raise some awareness on the need for careful consideration when expanding national landmarks which form significant aspects of Trinidad and Tobago’s architectural heritage. His comments were in relation to the unfortunate recent additions to Port of Spain’s City Hall, a design influenced by the Modern movement in Architecture, with significant murals by local artists.

Read the article by Zahra Gordon from the Trinidad Guardian newspaper titled “Architect: City Hall Roof an Unfortunate Addition.” We must all endeavor to not let these things happen in the future.