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Paul Stallan @stallanbrand

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Sir John Soane's House's Picture Room, reinterpreted by students of Studio Tom Emerson #studiotomemerson
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Sir John Soane's House's Picture Room, reinterpreted by students of Studio Tom Emerson #studiotomemerson

Cross sectional model by SOM architects for _ chapel design for US Airforce
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Cross sectional model by SOM architects for chapel design for US Airforce

Came across Martins landscape at Tate Britain _ looked beautiful in the rain and with a scattering of leaves ... Martins work has been an inspiration to me and my own practice for many years ... would love to have an appropriate project to collaborate ... #martinboyce #rememberedskies #tatebritian
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Came across Martins landscape at Tate Britain looked beautiful in the rain and with a scattering of leaves ... Martins work has been an inspiration to me and my own practice for many years ... would love to have an appropriate project to collaborate ... #martinboyce #rememberedskies #tatebritian

Visited the The Britannia Music Hall (The Panopticon) in Trongate, Glasgow, the oldest surviving music hall in the world. “Built in 1857 by Thomas Gildard and H. M. McFarlane, it has hosted some of the biggest names on the Music hall circuit. 
In 1906 Stan Laurel made his first stage appearance there on amateur night. In that same year A. E. Pickard bought the building and changed its name to the Panopticon. He also undertook some major works, installing a freak show, a roof top carnival and a waxworks. He also excavated the basement and installed an indoor zoo. 
The Panopticon was one of the first buildings in Glasgow become powered by electricity and one of the first cinemas in Scotland. It closed in 1938 when it was sold to a tailors and converted to a workshop. It is currently being conserved by a trust who regularly perform traditional shows in the auditorium. It is now protected as a category A listed building.” (Photo by Tom Manley)
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Visited the The Britannia Music Hall (The Panopticon) in Trongate, Glasgow, the oldest surviving music hall in the world. “Built in 1857 by Thomas Gildard and H. M. McFarlane, it has hosted some of the biggest names on the Music hall circuit. In 1906 Stan Laurel made his first stage appearance there on amateur night. In that same year A. E. Pickard bought the building and changed its name to the Panopticon. He also undertook some major works, installing a freak show, a roof top carnival and a waxworks. He also excavated the basement and installed an indoor zoo. The Panopticon was one of the first buildings in Glasgow become powered by electricity and one of the first cinemas in Scotland. It closed in 1938 when it was sold to a tailors and converted to a workshop. It is currently being conserved by a trust who regularly perform traditional shows in the auditorium. It is now protected as a category A listed building.” (Photo by Tom Manley)

#mogwaiband _ loud vast sublime sound of Scotlands Mogwai
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#mogwaiband loud vast sublime sound of Scotlands Mogwai

#meckarchitekten _ small ingenious church chapel architecture
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#meckarchitekten small ingenious church chapel architecture

A print my son Dylan did of Cardross Seminary
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A print my son Dylan did of Cardross Seminary

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