Tag Archives: Edinburgh

Spectacular airport control towers – new and old

For architects and designers alike, form and function play and important role in building design. Airport control towers should be no different. As they often are the first distant sign from ground level of an approaching airport, control towers help … Continue reading

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Two celebrity cafes

For fun, here are photos of two coffee shops/cafes in the United Kingdom that have a certain amount of celebrity status associated with them. The first is the Beatles Coffee Shop in London. If you take the excellent and interesting … Continue reading

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Urbanography – “The Silent Traveller in Edinburgh”

The following book review is the first of a new series on Panethos which specifically discusses books written about cities, though not necessarily solely from a planning perspective.  The goal is to enlighten others  about the vast array of interesting literature about … Continue reading

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