I commented on Jane of Jane’s London’s opinion on Mr Renzo Piano’s other London work besides the Shard, Central St Giles. Not everyone likes it. I love it, I believe it fits its context wonderfully lifts the whole area. I love the way the architect has referenced buildings in the surrounding streets (grey tile for a grey church, orange tile for a terracotta block of flats). It was previously a somewhat lack lustre district of London and now we have this bright building shining out on the dullest day to cheer us. In addition, the way the lanes through the building take you from the regular grid street plan of Bloomsbury through to the less regular (I am being polite here) street plan of Covent Garden (always a bleak and pedestrian unfriendly crossing) is masterly. Mo of A glimpse of London tells us that there is a Made in Britain market there on Saturdays and Sundays. I look forward to trying it.I am writing much and thus getting used to being comparatively poverty stricken.