Piers Gough

It’s not often that I go to Westbourne Grove, but whenever I do, I like and admire Piers Gough‘s public lavatories in the middle of the street, still as smart and urbane as when they first opened in 1993, commissioned by the local residents who didn’t like what was proposed by the Council, with glazed bricks by Shaws of Darwen.   It only cost £190,000:-

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4 thoughts on “Piers Gough

  1. How right you are : they are a fine example of a good architect being backed by a local authority. If only more local Councils had the imagination and good sense to follow this example !

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