Inside the chateau at Cabriès.
The chapel in the centre of the courtyard of the hospital and almhouses of La Vieille Charité in Marseille. From our trip to Provence in the summer of 2014.
The perforated concrete cladding of the MuCEM building in Marseille gives you the experience of being underwater as the shadows on these cast concrete columns show. From our trip in summer 2014.
The structural forms of the MuCEM building in Marseille are organic and arranged in a way which make you feel enclosed by rippling waves of water/light/air/shadow. From our trip in summer 2014.
The effects of contrasting forms, light, shadow and reflections make the MuCEM building in Marseille a very exciting place to walk around with a camera. From our trip in the summer of 2014.
This is another picture from my brief trip to Bath a week ago. The fan vaulting in this abbey church is spectacular and amongst the best in the country, totally enhanced by the golden Bath stone (an oolitic limestone). The ceiling was originally built under Robert and William Vertue and restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the 19th century.
The third and final image from the modern building in West Regent Lane in the heart of Glasgow.
A close-up of the building elements from the facade in yesterday’s post.
A modern facade in West Regent Lane in the heart of Glasgow city centre.