|A number of houses in Glengall Terrace and Glengall Road, together with the attached porch railings, are Grade II-listed. Dating from around 1840, these houses were designed by Brighton-based architect Amon Henry Wilds. The Regency-style stucco facade includes Wilds' trademark ammonite details on a pillared porch, according to Oliver Jacques.|
Thursday, 14 April 2016
Glengall Road and Glengall Terrace, Camberwell, south London
Wednesday, 6 April 2016
Carnegie Library Protest, south London
A demonstration against the closure of the striking Carnegie Library in Herne Hill, south London. The Friends of Carnegie Library say the building "was closed by Lambeth Council on 31st March, to stand empty until it is converted into a fee-paying gym run by the leisure company GLL. No plans have been seen for the gym, nor has anyone applied for any planning permission to convert this Grade II listed building for this purpose."
Tuesday, 5 April 2016
The Peabody Estate, Blackfriars, central London
Saturday, 2 April 2016
Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, near Turin, Italy
An aerial view of the 18th century Palazzina di caccia of Stupinigi, which is about 10km south west of Turin. One of the Unesco-listed residences of the Royal House of Savoy in northern Italy, the grandiose hunting lodge was occupied Napoleon in the early 19th century.
Reggia di Venaria Reale, near Turin, Italy
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