In London on the weekend I had two occasions to see buildings in diagram form within hours, by coincidence, of seeing the same buildings in physical form.
A few hours later I was walking over the Thames from the Tate Modern and directly in front of me I spotted something that looked strikingly familiar:
The following day, in the basement of St Bride’s Church, where there’s a thorough exhibit of the church’s connection to the printing trade, I spotted this rendering of the Daily Telegraph building on Fleet Street:
I recognize the building from a walk down Fleet Street that I’d taken just hours before, the name of the newspaper having been removed from the building after it decamped elsewhere:
If you look very carefully in the space above the pillars you can see where “DAILY TELEGRAPH” was parged over.