Friday, 15 September 2006

Architecture tonight ...

Our Architecture V Architecture Series is drawing to a close with only two favourites left to post -- or you could say it's coming to a climax, with only the two very best selections to come, one each from each of us!

Come back tonight then for the last in this "Top Five" series of Den's five favourites. This one, he says, is his "favourite, all time, hands down" winner. It's that good, he says:
This building ... is without a doubt my most favourite piece of architecture. It demonstrates how brief, understanding of form, and individual brilliance in conception can be brought together in creating a 'speaking' architecture.
As for me, I think I've won a bet.

Come back later on tonight, and all will be revealed.

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