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  • Matt sanded is a nice finish, much less “commercial kitchen” than brushed.

  • Today I had the privilege of starting some restoration work on this grade II listed building that was designed by Naeve Brown. I'm well chuffed.

  • Nice one, must be interesting. I've become so specialised in victorian and local to one area, gets me all at sea when I work somewhere modern.

  • Its very interesting and a bit daunting. Because it's so minimalist there is nowhere to hide less than perfect workmanship. Also a number of the owners are architects and therefore have high standards.

  • As long as they can afford their high standards.

  • Thinking about it, maybe the umlauftank 2 of technische Universität is crazier?

    Funnily enough I was thinking of that exact building. It's great.

  • What were you doing there?
    Curious as I'm considering putting an offer on this and, while not listed, it's same era (1968) and fairly distinctive.

  • I'm renovating and repairing some windows.

    The place I'm working is fairly unique as it's a small block that was privately funded by the architect and one of the residents (who still lives there). The original owners I believe had to undergo an interview in order to be able to buy one of the houses.

    One of the properties is currently for sellz if you fancy it and can find double what you may offer on the other place.

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