Lucked in as COS were selling these prints at £35 then discounted 50% off listing as a4 size, then they did 20% off sale so took a punt and are as we though 50x70 cm. win
Or some DU PASQUIER one of the Memphis movement founders. Same website
Another roof extension spot today. Like the rolled metal surround. Wood is nice, not sure on just big window but what i presume on the right being the bathroom had very small cut vertical cutouts which is a nice idea other than just frosted.
I really hope those are the runes for Live Laugh Love.
None of these are as good as the one I spotted in E17.
Also @chrisbmx116 crowd sourcing your art!
I am disappoint.
So many questions, mostly planning permission ones
Looks like a Screwfix on a bleak industrial estate.
Just testing the crowd, see what they know , all recommendations now cast aside, always moving
Also where was that @Fox
Acacia Road in the 'Lighthouse Quarter' (lol).
It's a clever exercise in making a place as big and cohesive as possible but it's just. Too. Much.
Can you piss off all your neighbours...
Yeah, as you alluded to I think that's the hardest I've ever seen anyone push planning in E17.
Can you hire a proofreader to check you're grammar?
As in the building on Markhouse rd? Fuck that’s a new one 😅
I’m a Londoner but that edges the just move to the country and build something vibe
Which comment? Could be three of them
not you - that house
Caravaggio's Narcissus. The bigger the better. I love it.
Oh right 👍🏼 Had some wine thought I’d overstepped somewhere
JFC is it actually being called that?
How long before ‘The Lea Bridge Road’ and St James Village
Since at least 2013!
The room, rather than the art. Imagine having a hangover in there.
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