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It could be the angle of your photograph and the view is better once you are up there. However if it is a Studio for an artist it could be purely to get the right light. Many painters for instance favour a large North window so the light is constant throughout the day.
This message was edited by ChrisHGB on May-21-18 @ 7:34 AM
TT has that right. The "Panoramic window" would be pointless if there was not a view. I am sure that from inside the building the back part will be well below that view. I have been in a few buildings with such windows. They are very effective at giving a whole landscape view, even when the window is not very tall. Interesting building by the look of it.
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Ooh has he? I was never sure where he came from - just saw him appear and take pics of boats ! And tell folk off! Or interrogate them as he once did us, with his assumption that everyone moved off after breakfast when actually we had arrived mid aft and would be leaving mid aft ( to go home to Yorkshire !) If he's gone that's great as he was very prickly indeed.
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