Current project. Architectural studies of Plymouth’s Civic Centre & Intercity House. Printed facade on 1 Ton rubble bags. Here the windows of Intercity House show every minute texture of the bag. The achievable detail of screen printing is always fascinating.
There is a luscious green park within the grounds of the Barbican estate. It offers a quiet space free of London’s people, traffic & noise. It also adds a wonderful colour & texture contrast to the stacks of sky high concrete.
Testing out the panoramic capabilities of Instagram using Alison & Peter Smithson’s 4East. The length of this shot shows one of their infamous walkways in the sky. It tracks up the stairs to the left, through a covered section in the centre & opens up into the main promenade on the right. The walkway then disappears under a tower block.
Clifton Cathedral, Bristol. Crisp, clean & finally without scaffolding. There is a great height & detail to the concrete towers but they disappear from view as you approach. Like most ecclesiastical building this one compels you to look up. Much of it’s Architectural rewards are high & out of reach.
The Parade is the central thoroughfare on the University of Bath campus. There is a Modernist/Brutalist feel to this area with Architecture by the Smithsons thrown in. This part showcases long horizontals, form following function & wide pavements. This pavement eventually joins a ‘walkway in the sky’ section of East 4 by A+PS.
This Thursday I will have some new mini tin collages available like this one "A Cornered Cat" at @ghostgallery's 11th Annual Holiday Mini Art Show. From the sounds of it this will be their largest collection of mini works yet! #elizabetharzani#tincollage#assemblage