Documenting the restoration of historical buildings can bring unexpected compositions with light and colour. Carlotta Luke shows us her most recent photography project of the Brighton Corn Exchange and Dome.
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BY NICK SAYERS
@ VOL 18
ON FEB 21, 2013
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BY NICK LOMAX
@ VOL 24
ON MAY 25, 2016
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