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In a time before widespread literacy, a physical representation of what was intended to be built was a powerful aide to help ensure that the vision of the architect became the physical reality crafted by the builder. Yet, the architectural … Continue reading
Probably one of the greatest frustrations for an architect must be the commissions which remain unrealised. For the architecture fan the frustrations can be being unable to see those buildings now lost. In response to this, one form of art, … Continue reading
Often the only visible sign of a grand estate is the lodge house seen as we drive past; their varied size and designs indicating the wealth and aspirations of the owners. Although still a integral part of the functioning of … Continue reading