What do you call your neighbourhood in London, Tony?
I’d say my neighbourhood is where I was born and bred, it’s a place called Clapham Common, which is in Southwest London. It’s a cool place near Battersea.
Do you remember the famous album cover by Pink Floyd with the iconic Power Station on it? Many things are changing around Battersea. The chimneys are being dismantled and rebuilt, which will take approximately two years. Then apartment buildings designed by Foster & Partners and Gehry & Partners are built around the station. The power station, will then be converted into a commerce and fitness area. For more information on the development visit this link of the Battersea Power Station.
We believe to have found the most beautiful rugby fields!
There is times when the world appears to us in clear cut lines and colors. “Between the lines”
A collaboration between farmers and landscape planers can not be barred from indeed.
The grass really feels softer and the green looks greener when your running towards such a sunset.
Southeast England, Seven Sisters Coastline.
Livia Henne used to own a shop together with a friend on Baconstreet in Eastend London. From that era she still owns many particular objects which seem to give the house its own charm. Check out some impressions of the past project here.
Stepney Green is a neighbourhood in the East End of London between Whitechapel and Mile End. It was pretty much all bombed down in the Second Word War during “The Blitz”. Just a few roads with Georgian and Victorian houses remained, such as this street pictured.