Art / Design, England

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Wandering through Islington, Finsbury and Clerkenwell, I came across the beautiful office of Bennetts Asociates Architects in a converted 18th century barn and print-works. You can see inside the studios on their website if you click ☞ here. I am probably wrong, but it seems like they might have painted the main building with the same paint as used for the yellow-lines on the street.

Somehow all the brick architecture in the area seemed to shine in the grey drizzle. Note the blue parcel for the house with the blue door . . . .

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