This unusual, large letter S (for Storey), is cut in relief on the roof pediment of the Storey Institute. The terminal endings of the letter are lobed and bifurcated. 131 more words
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An example of Bath’s beautiful architectural lettering. These serif letters are found on a street that follows the course of the city’s medieval walls. The building was originally constructed in 1738 from a design by John Wood the Elder using Bath Stone, and later enlarged. 6 more words
This these deeply cut and gilded sans serif letterforms sit over the main entrance to Gillow’s factory and showrooms. Built in1881, the building was to produce furniture from a company that developed an international reputation for the highest quality materials and designs.
Location: North Road, Lancaster, UK.