Sunday, January 01, 2006

Medieval Lavenham

As an architectural enthusiast a pilgrimage to Lavenham UK has always been on the cards and I spent a heady day there in the summer trying to get to grips with the cacophony of crown posts and cavetto's.

Lavenham is quite simply a dream of a place for me. It has one of the largest intact groupings of medieval timber framed structures as well as a church which is a jewel in the Perpendicular crown.

I have started to put together an archi-map of the place which currently extends to about 10 properties and interesting features. I have some more work to do and I envisage the maps completion over the next week or so. You can get the map here which needs Google Earth to view.

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