Some of us don’t like rust because it implies a deterioration of our metallic belongings. On the other hand, some architects like rust because it delivers a rich red/orange surface.
We might say “I like your blue sweater”. But we could instead say “I really love your “Pavilion Blue” sweater. Of course we would need to have memorised the Farrow & Ball colour card and have been brainwashed with these named colours.
Walls to hold us in, walls to keep us apart. But walls can also present interesting textures and support plants. Did you walk by a wall today and see some graffiti on it? Did you lean on a wall while waiting for your bus?
Isn’t it amazing how there are so many ways to use letters, words and sentences. This is my space for collecting type on display, old and new, large and small.
This is the ceiling in the Halles Laissac in Montpellier. The ceiling is a glass dome and :