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Past continuous: An interview with Chris Miele

Words: Simon Wicks
Chris Miele by Peter Searle

Planners have an important part to play in conserving the best of the past in our built environment. But even historic buildings must be allowed to remain vital in the present, Chris Miele tells Simon Wicks

Chris Miele cover.jpg “For me, there's a continuum between the past and the present. I think about everything I do in that way. I think it's really profoundly important to think about the past and the present and the future at the same time.”Chris Miele is not really your typical planner. For a start, he’s actually an art historian, born and educated in the USA ........
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