Hidden in the centre of London, the ruins of St-Dunstan-in-the-East, a church built in the eleventh century and severely damaged during The Blitz. The ruins were repurposed into this Victorian gothic dreamscape of a public garden, crawling with Virginia creepers and creepily atmospheric.
Cane Hill, abandoned asylum. I was drawn to this image at first becasue of the type (this is something im interested in) i then was fasinated by the structure and depth thata the image holds. Becasue of the type this peice almost tells a story, we can see the 'Fire exit' the exit route that once was. The paint decay and rust adds to the details and ives that sense of growth and development.
Instead of building hideous new houses, let's rescue the lovely buildings allowed to rot. Some are run-of-the-mill, but many are very beautiful and historically important buildings. A prime example of this is the identical pair of perfect classical houses on the north side of Cavendish Square, off Oxford Street.