Levering House, London by Jamie Fobert Architects
Wed, 27th Aug — 1 note
Christian Kerez
Wed, 27th Aug — 16 notes
Juul House by NKS Architects
Wed, 27th Aug — 1 note
Jonathan Tuckey - Mels competition (image by Forbes Massie)
Wed, 27th Aug — 3 notes
"Never Modern" by Irenee Scalbert & 6a architects
Wed, 27th Aug — 2 notes
Richard Wenworth model
Wed, 27th Aug — 9 notes
Interior of the Bank of England
Tue, 26th Aug — 6 notes
Housing at Boucicaut, Paris by Michel-Guthmann
Tue, 26th Aug — 22 notes
Ground floor plan of the Bank of England
Tue, 26th Aug — 6 notes
​Wycombe Chair ArchMany towns in Victorian Britain constructed arches to mark special occasions, often made of objects which symbolised the town, like High Wycombe’s chairs. The origins of this tradition are unknown. The earliest examples date from the mid 1800s, so it may be that towns around the country got the idea when London’s Marble Arch was moved from Buckingham Palace to Hyde Park Corner in 1850 or 1851.
Tue, 26th Aug — 9 notes
Gregory Crewdson
Tue, 26th Aug — 1 note
Gregory Crewdson
Tue, 26th Aug — 0 notes

Tue, 26th Aug — 5 notes
Garden Grange Pavilion, Cheshire - Jamie-Fobert-Architects
Mon, 25th Aug — 3 notes
Mon, 25th Aug — 4 notes