rock furnture designed by arik levy-steel table.
Filed under: Barking, Bethan Wood, Facarde, follies, public space, super fake
Follies started off in late 16th/17th century, as decorative view point , in the same way we might now paint one wall in or house as a ‘accent ‘ colour , great estates would build a follie creating a decorative accents i.e. a ‘picturesque ‘ ruin towers.
Folly – Paris
Barking folly – designed by Muff Archutects
Dura-Coignet folly –
Photos taken of the Polish Shop interior in Barking ,
Wall – Rustic effect , paint, plaster
Stool – Rustic effect – foe stone – Paint
Bell Foundary Painted Wood effect – Whitechapel
From my walk up Kingsland Road
front – foe marble tiles – Mangal Turkish Takeaway – Dalston
front Foe Mabel ceramic Tile -Stone Cave, restaurant – Dalston