NORFOLK TERRACE AND ATTACHED WALKWAYS, AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA, Norwich - 1390647| Historic England

NORFOLK TERRACE AND ATTACHED WALKWAYS, AT THE UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGLIA, Norwich - 1390647| Historic England

Zu Architektur tanzen? IMYRMIND zeigt dir endlich, wie das wirklich geht

Zu Architektur tanzen? IMYRMIND zeigt dir endlich, wie das wirklich geht

Dancing, Architecture

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Barbican Centre, Silk Street, City of London: perspective section

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There’s a Little-Known Part of Russia in Europe: Kaliningrad

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A couple of weeks ago, we introduced LTL Architects’ book Manual of Section with a devilishly difficult (or was it incredibly easy? If you haven’t tes.

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“This 'How To Detect a Brutalist Building' chart by Charles Humphries is genius

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Ron Thom: Vision of a Master Architect

Further to Ron Thom's design detail was the idea of walls as vertical "bastions" with windows fitting between them, rather than within them. Lady Eaton College is one such example.

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