Notes: 22/7/11: I’ve added an update to this post at the end. 25/9/13: Daden’s slideshow on the finished project added I’ve got a bit of a soft spot for Birmingham. I visited the museums when I was a kid, and particularly liked the Museum of Science and Industry. Then I spent six years studying engineering
There’s nothing wrong with a good old-fashioned touristy day out at the Tower of London. I’ve lived in Central and Greater London for over ten years, and still get a buzz checking out the Crown Jewels, being mesmerised by the ravens, and eating ice-cream and other stuff that’s not good for me. That’s exactly what
I’ve just taken a tour of the Gamble House – probably THE icon of American Arts & Crafts architecture. Designed and built as David Gamble’s (of Proctor & Gamble fame) winter retreat, this 1908 Charles and Henry Greene designed house in Pasadena is well worth a visit, for both it’s artistic and technological appeal.