Monthly Archives: March 2012


Salisbury Cathedral cloister.

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Lattice and Font

Lattice and font. St Edward the Confessor, Kempley, Gloucestershire. Randall Wells, architect. More … 

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Antwerp Central Railway Station

Antwerpen-Centraal Designed by Louis Delacenserie, inaugurated in the summer of 1905 W G Sebald in the opening passage of Austerlitz recounts a chance encounter and the consequent conversations that took place within the Station. He describes in detail the enormity … Continue reading

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The Aeronauts go to Ronchamp

Three Mirage 2000 jets of L’armée de l’air fly north towards the Franche Comte/Lorraine border in this odd postcard from Ronchamp*. The aerial view is not particularly flattering to a building that was designed to be approached from the slopes … Continue reading

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the City: the Building: the Room

Sally Stone has just returned from the Winter School at the University of Antwerp. This important annual event invites academics and architects to run projects upon a specific theme, this years was Transformer.  Antwerp, an important city in northern Belgium, in … Continue reading

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