One of the most pernicious false dichotomies in our trade is the Loosian notion that we can only build urns or chamber pots, a proposition elaborated by my revered predecessor Nikolaus Pevsner's dictum that cathedrals can be architecture, but bicycle sheds
172 m2 gross, stock 88 m2 gross, transformer 67 m2 gross, and bicycle shed
96 m2 gross.
That sparked a series of petulant televised rows between the two which was more like a spat behind the bicycle sheds
than a adult political debate
Pevsner's glib dismissal of bicycle sheds
in favour of cathedrals in the preface to his Outline seems reckless today, when archaeologists revel over the contents of ancient rubbish dumps, but in 1943 it justified the historical process and the necessarily selective nature of projects like Buildings of England.
Modern technology means that it would now be insanity to snog your boyfriend behind the bicycle sheds
- someone would film it on a mobile phone and your dad would have irrefutable photographic evidence.
Then Kennedy released intelligence photographs of what were supposed to be bicycle sheds
that were actually quite clearly containing Soviet missiles.
David, a former policeman, has already torn down the old chemistry block, temporary classroom huts and the bicycle sheds
Contract notice: new construction of 80 apartments clustered in 5 urban villas with corresponding underground garages and bicycle sheds
, akkerlaan (p3) willebroek.
The school has two bicycle sheds
-one at its new building where CCTV is in operation, and another near the old premises, which are due for demolition and are close to the City Learning Centre and caretaker's house.
The school was built at a time when the local colliery was putting up 1,000 homes around the pit, and its bicycle sheds
, gates, piers, and railings are also listed.
Let's extend it to private clubs, non food-serving pubs, petrol stations, gasometers, firework factories and school bicycle sheds
to show how concerned we are.
Also listed are the school's bicycle sheds
, gates, piers, and railings.