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a glass box in hampstead : architecture : Hopkins House by Michael Hopkins : London

A while back, I stumbled upon the  Pink Cadillac Diner, near Lexington & Natural Bridge, VA. Worth a short drive off the interstate for great food & wonderful atmosphere!  Pink Cadillac Diner Dream 1950s style neon colors by Patsysjoy

A while back, I stumbled upon the Pink Cadillac Diner, near Lexington & Natural Bridge, VA. Worth a short drive off the interstate for great food & wonderful atmosphere! Pink Cadillac Diner Dream style neon colors by Patsysjoy

Neon lights at Ed's Easy Diner, Grand Arcade Cambridge

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1970s Ted Levy-designed apartment in Haverstock Hill, London, NW3

On the market: Ted Levy-designed apartment in Haverstock Hill, London - WowHaus

1970s Ted Levy-designed apartment in Haverstock Hill, London, NW3

On the market: Ted Levy-designed apartment in Haverstock Hill, London - WowHaus

Ted Levy Maisonette Side extension in brick Flat for sale in Haverstock Hill, London, NW3 | Sandfords

Sandfords offer this flat sold in Haverstock Hill, London, A fantastic opportunity to acquire this excellent example of Ted Levy’s distinctive architecture.

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a glass box in hampstead : architecture : Hopkins House by Michael Hopkins : London

1970s Ted Levy-designed apartment in Haverstock Hill, London, NW3

On the market: Ted Levy-designed apartment in Haverstock Hill, London - WowHaus

“When I designed Winscombe Street I had no idea it would be followed by such projects. I designed paved terraces, stained softwood windows with sliding frames, timber balustrades with mesh infill, sliding doors and kitchens with tiled worktops looking integral with the house, a part of its primary architecture. The same elements, modified to the different circumstances, have been repeated throughout the three schemes.” - Neave Brown on Winscombe’s influence on Fleet and Alexandra Roads

“When I designed Winscombe Street I had no idea it would be followed by such projects. I designed paved terraces, stained softwood windows with sliding frames, timber balustrades with mesh infill, sliding doors and kitchens with tiled worktops looking integral with the house, a part of its primary architecture. The same elements, modified to the different circumstances, have been repeated throughout the three schemes.” - Neave Brown on Winscombe’s influence on Fleet and Alexandra Roads

simple kitchen lauout from - This Charming Home Is Inspired by Early Colonial Workers Cottages

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