Tag Archives: Window Glass

Twenty Versions

Those of you who know of my liking for reflective glass will understand that it was impossible for me to walk past this building without taking a picture or two. It’s the rather uninteresting façade of a hotel on the … Continue reading

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Odd One Out

Elliott Erwitt described Photography as ‘an art of observation’. Thankfully we don’t all see the world quite the same way: it would be very boring if we did. By observing the world around us we all distil from it images … Continue reading

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Wintry Reflections

Building design has changed dramatically since the invention of the float glass process by Sir Alastair Pilkington in the 1950s. We have moved a long way from the idea that windows are merely fenestrations in the external walls of a … Continue reading

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