3 September 2011

London Buildings – An Architectural Tour

You've seen the plates, now look at the book.
And see how lovely it is!
The book covers a range of London buildings and architectural styles, including Barbican, Battersea Power Station and Sir Christopher Wren’s 1675 Greenwich Royal Observatory. Also are included are 20th century masterpieces such as the Isokon Building, Trellick Tower and the Royal National Theatre.
I like it a lot; the line drawings, the illustration, the design and layout, plus it's square (I love square format!) and the colours are gorgeous and so well chosen.
Thanks to Anova Books for sending it to me.
More info on how to get your copy of the book at People Will Always Need Plates (which isn't really true is it?!).


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  3. Wow, this is pretty interesting. Inspiring, as well. Thanks for sharing such inspiring experience with us. Great blog, congrats.!


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