The Friday Five: London Architecture

The arrival of the sunny warm weather in the last few weeks has meant that I have been spending a lot more time outside. On my walks around the neighbourhood I have begun to really notice the amazing architectural features of the buildings around me. I have started to bring along my camera and I have been snapping away. With all the traveling I have done these last couple of months, it feels really good to shine the spotlight on some local gems for a change.

architectural details in London, Ontario

Photos by Jordana.

4 Comments

  1. Anu Raina June 4, 2012

    Would love to buy the first one or the last one….so lovely

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    • Jordana June 4, 2012

      Hi Anu!
      The first one is a business (or a collection of offices). And the last one is absolutely gorgeous! It has beautiful landscaping and the shape is just lovely from the outside. The property is pretty darn perfect.
      Jordana

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  2. Rossco June 28, 2012

    How did you choose these – you seem to like older homes? What do you think about more modern homes in London? For example: http://skinnerarchitects.com/residential.html

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    • Jordana June 29, 2012

      Thanks for your comment Rossco. I appreciate what both traditional and modern homes have to offer. There aren’t many modern houses in the downtown core and I snapped these photos while I was out for walks. I think the intricate woodwork is beautiful and I’m amazed at the craftsmanship of these buildings. Thanks for sending the link to Skinner Architects. I have had a browse through and I’m definitely impressed. I have passed by that Baseline Rd. house numerous times and I also want to stop and take a photo but I haven’t yet managed to (I didn’t know it was a Skinner design). So yeah, thanks for pointing me in the direction of some modern buildings. I’m going to continue to explore…definitely.
      J

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