gillian darley

gillian darley

mostly London, looking east / author and broadcaster, busy writing and talking about landscape, buildings of quality, utopian and unlikely places, interesting lives.
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Europa and 'Glasgow 1990 European City of Culture' 37p Stamp (1990) Templeton Carpet Factory, Glasgow

Europa and 'Glasgow 1990 European City of Culture' Stamp Templeton Carpet Factory, Glasgow

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Templeton Carpet Factory, Glasgow Green - Calton Area Association And still there today. the Templeton and Co were officially Glasgow’s largest employer, employing well over 7000 people. Today it is a business park.

The former Templeton Carpet Factory which overlooks Glasgow Green. Picture: TSPL

The former Templeton Carpet Factory which overlooks Glasgow Green. A replica of the Doges Palace in Venice.

Scotstyle

Cummins Engine factory Extension, One of the buildings celebrated as part of the 2016 Architecture Festival. A year-long celebration of Scottish architecture.

Scotstyle

Wills Tobacco Factory, Glasgow. One of the buildings celebrated as part of the 2016 Architecture Festival. A year-long celebration of Scottish architecture.

Hans poelzig

In an Architectural Expressionistic style, the Sulphuric Acid Factory in Luboń, Poland was designed by German architect, painter and set designer, Hans Poelzig

Liberal England: Six of the Best 422

Ian Nairn, the Observer's architecture critic, died aged just but his work is now being rediscovered and his life remembered in a new book, writes Rowan Moore

Sussex turns away from nearby London, towards the sea and the massive ridge of the South Downs. Its coastal resorts are particularly distinguished, nowhere more so than at Brighton where Nash's orientalising Pavilion sets the tone. http://ow.ly/tP06W

Sussex turns away from nearby London, towards the sea and the massive ridge of the South Downs. Its coastal resorts are particularly distinguished, nowhere more so than at Brighton where Nash's orientalising Pavilion sets the tone. http://ow.ly/tP06W