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Architectural snowman enjoys 'adverse weather conditions'

Cold snap inspires Somerset architects to create impromptu snow sculpture

How have architects weathered the recent ‘adverse weather conditions’? Giles Vallis of NVB Architects reports: ‘We are based at Frome in Somerset and were hit by snow overnight on Tuesday. About a third of the office managed to walk in to work, but then spent the afternoon creating this snowman to bring a bit of the Pacific to Somerset!’

Astragal is keen to see what other architects have created from the snow – drop the AJ a line and we’ll publish the best.


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