Open Sesame!

For the first few years of my life, I lived at number 47 where there was (and still is) a door thing (there's more on that here, at Number 47 ). Cleverly, my parents made a game of it. Thus, I would stand commandingly in front of doors at home and shout 'Open Sesame!' and when those doors … Continue reading Open Sesame!

Testing Times

I was fortunate enough to be in town for Open House London (20 - 22 September this year) as the event celebrated its 21st birthday. Victoria Thornton started the architectural party in 1992, when 20 buildings agreed to open their doors to the public for free. In 2013, more than 800 buildings took part in … Continue reading Testing Times