The Façade of Fitzroy Place – a huge development on the site of the old Middlesex Hospital just north of Oxford Street, London is nearing completion. For a lover of clean lines and geometry it is a joy to the eye. I’ve walked past this many times as development has progressed and watched the bare metal and concrete skeleton rise skywards. And now the building is being clothed. I know I will be photographing this building again and again.
This is just a small part of the south-facing façade. Almost complete in this section, and my eye was drawn to the one window that, at present, due I think to a protective covering, is different to all the others. This is the second in this series – click here to view the first ‘Odd One Out’. And some of you may recall the superb Art of the local primary school that decorates the hoardings around the site. That art is till there – click here to view.