This daunting Art Deco pile stands in the heart of London close to another – BBC Broadcasting House.
66 Portland Place is the headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects (Riba). It’s an elegant yet stark building constructed in the 1930s, full of style but with the austere chill of the Soviet era. The organisation’s lion emblem is stamped in details throughout.
It seemed only fitting to present this small collection of shots entirely in monochrome.
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Excellent sequence. The second shot is particularly effective. :)
Thank you very much :)
Look at you with your exclusive access! :D Nice images, Mike! :D
Thanks Richard! Oh, me and hundreds of others :-/ Congratulations, while we’re at it – you beat Elton and Dave to it!
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We did indeed! ;)