Part of an old residential development in Central London, this building will soon be demolished to be replaced by a modern residential project. I walk a lot around London and I am always surprised by the lack of vegetation on balconies/terraces. I mean, this is England, the grass is green all year round, with the […]Read more "Soon to be replaced"
Some places I see or stop by when going out for a stroll in the neighbourhood.Read more "In the neighbourhood or nearby"
New personal project in progress. London’s houses have an array of fantastic doors ( I know you can’t really see it here but that’s the point), in all shapes and colours. Lately, I can be found in front of people’s houses photographing doors.Read more "Peek-a-boo"
I have recently revisited Rome, partly because I wanted to spend a few days with my mum and partly because I missed the city. It was also around St. Valentine’s day, I thought, since my partner couldn’t join me, I should just enjoy my Italian love, Rome! Lazy weekend, walking around, eating well, remembering familiar […]Read more "Campo de’Fiori in February"
Converted warehouse complex in King’s Cross near Granary Square. Both the location and building are worthy of a visit, you get to stroll along the canal as well and have a coffee at the floating coffee shop docked in front of the square (pictures to come).Read more "Central Saint Martins Campus"
I could never get bored of this building.Read more "Cut outs at Tate"
These are snippets from our journey back to London. After one year of living ‘la dolce vita’ in Rome we realised rainy London fits better to our characters. We filled in our little blue Lupo and set off towards Calais to pick up the ferry to Dover. 1800kms drive, gear-box broken but safe and sound we […]Read more "On the way back to London"