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For interesting views, let's take this outside


Further to Richard Falconer's letter (AJ 26.5.05), I suggest that the AJ starts a new feature of photos of the outsides of architect's offices - surely more interesting than the tidy minimalist interiors featuring unknown (to most of us, anyway) architects apparently having 'meaningful discourses', but more likely deciding what sandwiches to order for lunch. So, to continue the series, I attach photos of the view from our office window in Wells on a lovely May day, with the wisteria and clematis in blossom, and the cathedral in all its afternoon glory. The Passat to the right of the door is mine and the one with its tailgate open is just being emptied of surveying equipment.

Allan A Howles, Wells

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