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Evening Standard: "The Shard architect Renzo Piano calls for London landmarks to be built in suburbs"

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"The architect behind London's tallest skyscraper has called for the capital’s future landmarks to be built in its unfashionable suburbs.

"Renzo Piano, who designed The Shard and is working on a new development at Paddington station, demanded a fundamental rethink of the leafy areas John Betjeman called 'Metroland'.

"He said London's future success depended on 'fertilising' areas outside zone two with great public architecture and building denser housing, echoing similar sentiments from Prince Charles.

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