Dennis Gilbert|Dennis Gilbert|Dennis Gilbert|Dennis Gilbert|Dennis Gilbert||DSDHA’s 28 South Molton Street, formerly the Hog in the Pound pub|The building is now home to Chinese retailer Bosideng and its offices|A protruding bay breaks up the facade on the South Molton Street side|Irregularly spaced ceramic profiles help create a sense of movement|Considerable effort was put into the hand-finishing of the ceramic||
20 Aug 2013

Bosideng’s London wedge by DSDHA

Words by James McLachlan

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