Extension to Coventry Council House, Arcitect was Rex Chell in the mid 70′s – unusual to see this style building in red brick and copper…
Repetitive variation, the vibrations would go undetected, as no one was monitoring the quiet noise. Her voice was so hushed, whispers along the airwaves. The sound was weak, but the words were defining, beautiful and important. The rhythm ensured they were memorised, and people were listening without realising.
TEXT: A warm morning, the light danced through the trees and shimmered across the silent lake Geirionydd. Heavy hung the canopy of blue Shade my eyes and I can see you White is the light that shines through the dress … Continue reading
Coventry Precinct Walkway, adjacent to the fountain. The planners realised that the canopies could be dark places, and used a selection of ingenious ways to brighten the walkways for shoppers. If you take the time to look up, there are … Continue reading
TEXT: It was a difficult knowledge to hold, to have the expectation that the end was nearer. With every day, with every beat, his metabolism defined the pathway to the wall. The daily journey was not marred regularly by his … Continue reading
I love that the old typography still remains in and around the precinct, it needs straightening up but I hope it isn’t removed. So stylish against the wood panelling underneath the walkways and the slate edging. The most expensive … Continue reading