Glyn Davies trained as an architect and has worked in his own architectural consultancy in Bath for the last 30
years. During that time he has also worked as an artist in watercolours and oils. 207 more words
Bridges are surely one of the best inventions in the world, they are time-saving and practical alternatives to travelling by boat. Some of our most iconic images are of bridges: the Golden Gate shrouded in fog, Sydney Harbour with it’s sturdy arch, Glenfinnan Viaduct in Scotland made famous by the Harry Potter films, Charles Bridge with it’s fairytale appeal and Tower Bridge, an instantly recognizable emblem of London. 155 more words
More stuff on the architectural style known as “brutalism.” It could just has easily been called “uglyism.” Not that there is anything wrong with that. MB… 16 more words
The appeal of barns is something that has haunted me since I was a kid. My grandfather owned several out buildings and barns that I played in by the hour. 50 more words
Tom Stuart-Smith (born 1960) is an English landscape architect, garden designer and writer. He specialises in making gardens that combine naturalism and modernity.
After working with Hal Moggridge and Elizabeth Banks Tom established his own landscape design business in 1998. 376 more words