Innovative Power Station Conversions
Despite being traditionally labelled as “eye-sores”, it’s amazing what a little imagination and foresight can bring to former industrial buildings. For instance, northern England’s “dark Satanic mills” (a term which entered the popular vernacular via William Blake’s poem: “And did those feet in ancient times”) have been transformed from eighteenth century hell holes to some of the most stylish and interesting renovations. And as we can see here, even derelict power stations can provide a blank canvas for twenty-first century recreation.
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