The watercolored water and terrain is so organic. The white masked hexagon pattern underlay has been so carefully executed, it really creates a third dymanic to the piece. The thin, crisp black ink outline distinguishes that map.
Columns in the Natural History Museum of London. It was built from by Alfred Waterhouse after the original designer Francis Fowke died. As can be seen from these columns, Waterhouse added his own Romanesque touches.
When A Copper Roof Steals The Show In A Working Environment. // Emrys Architects made the reconstruction and extension of GMS Estates offices occupying two terraced Georgian town houses on Great James Street in Bloomsbury (London, UK)