Ziyaret Edilecek Yerler
Gothic Capitals, by John Ruskin from Stones of Venise, 1853. -"Ruskin loved the medieval architecture that we call Gothic, and tirelessly promoted its revival as the best style for public buildings of his day. He liked Gothic because it was honest. The informal, asymmetrical plans of churches, abbeys and colleges were honest because they openly revealed the functional relationships between spaces."
Providing seating for 300 people, this bench is made of reclaimed tropical hardwood, salvaged from landfill and old seaside groynes, with colourful stainless steel bars inserted wherever the form twists, bends or dips. The bench is already the longest in the UK and there are plans to extend it to 621 metres.