Friday, 1 June 2007

Building Britain

The Guardian has a very eyecatching slideshow of British architecture through the ages.

I particularly liked that one of the examples for the Victorian era is Salt's Mill in Saltaire near Bradford, as it is an impressive building, and village—Saltaire was, to a large extent, built by Salt to keep his workers happy—, and well worth a visit just to walk around the place itself, but the David Hockney stuff should be perused too.

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