Michael Kerr, Travel Writer for The Telegraph writes: Paris is much changed from the 1960s, but it’s still worth seeing through the eyes of the late, great architecture critic Ian Nairn. Nairn’s Paris, which has recently been republished (Notting Hill Editions), is an invitation to “look, hear, smell and taste”. “The whole city,” he declares, “is urging you to greater depth of feeling, the opposite effect of a Birmingham.”