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RIBA celebrating National Gardening Week






A few weeks ago between the 11-17 April it was National Gardening Week and to celebrate RIBA Collections looked through their collection of architectural images and chose different images daily that highlighted the relationship between architecture and gardens.

I was thrilled to see one of my images of The London College of Fashion terrace by StudioWeave was chosen by Wilson Yau. The complete article can be seen here and all the photographs from the whole project can be seen on my website.

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