Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Through The Keyhole

After my informal behind-the-scenes look around the Barbican the other day, I'll be interested to see other buildings which will take part in London Open House weekend 2006.

It's the annual opportunity to snoop behind the normally-closed doors of some of London's best architecture. Everything from the London Assembly building (known by some as Ken's Palace) to private houses (like the lovely 9 Wilton Way, Hackney, as featured on Grand Designs).

Here are a few examples from past LOH events:

[Above] Double Vision, taken from the roof of Plantation House on Fenchurch Street in 2004, looking towards Lloyd's and the Gherkin.
[Above] Glass Ceiling of the British Museum, taken around the time of the 2003 event.
[Above] Making Her Point , members of the public on the big spiral ramp inside the London Assembly Building, during the 2005 event.

It seems I like to take mono images during these days out! Anyway, you can see some more in my Mono Selection 2 Gallery.

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