Belonging only to the present, they fail in architecture's corresponding temporal task, to be a bridge across time, recognisably
rooted in the past while optimistically facing the future.
Edward Allington, a prize-winner at John Moores: 16, exhibits an intoxicating abstract piece 'I Was a Teenage Cave Woman' which uses formal shapes, recognisably
items and obscure scientific apparatus in a surreal setting.
Some of these are unlikely to be authentic, but many of them recognisably
come from the Jesus whom Christians revere.
SIR - I was glad that Clive Betts wrote that ``the Tories are becoming a recognisably
Welsh political party'' on May 31.
The marrow stem cells remained recognisably
human as they developed in the growing animals.
Few details about the new version have yet been disclosed, but Lord Alli has insisted that the soap will be recognisably
I love it when people feel that another life has been told them and it's not recognisably
The post boxes are recognisably
British but they're painted blue.
It is an aspiration which has recognisably
informed the new UBA building, opened to great acclaim in May this year, though one might say that integration has been taken several steps beyond art and architecture.
SHOULD we not be pleased that at least the wording on the misspelled Welsh translation on the Rhyl toilets (Anger at wee-error,January 19) were recognisably
Welsh in nature?
But I also wanted to draw attention to what is recognisably
human about the things that happen to them.
Mr Motion said the Royal Family were people who had an extraordinary carapace of privilege and luxury but he also wanted to draw attention to what was recognisably
human about the things that happened to them.