BRANCH TENET (125) :
H.& C. my B-C!
(Hot and Cold my Ball-Cock!)
Hedradwall Cabbard raised his barrel
At the Suejuice Bird – in best apparel.
His flight or plight – to West or East
Was ‘soar away’, or ‘die as feast’!
The shutters closed in and around.
Most fond peekers made no sound
but backed from blinds, thus could see not,
what or how the end would be.
One shot was fired, from rod of two,
but missed and hit a stanky flue.
“My Ball-Cock!” shouted out a man,
who chased as far as catch it can
but stopped on edge by rope stretched tight –
his murmured “You!” issued at height.
“You’ll stop my Wind, you gunning fart.
Get off my windcock, shoo! Depart.
My balcony’s not made for ropes
And old green-flippered shooting blokes.”
The Suejuice Bird stood very still,
not wishing anybody ill,
reflecting on the second shot
from Cabbard’s gun, that winded sot.
And in this state of stanky poo, our characters exist for you.
This thought , an illustrative view –
‘A harbinger of deady-do.’
Your actions sit within your hands,
To follow better global plans.
With a set of five different building photographs ‘torn from various trade magazines’, the brief was to incorporate certain features from each picture to form a totally new building for the Rolls Royce dealership, Balmoral UK.
At a stage when directors are busy discussing ‘site potentials’ and considering ‘development options’ it is time consuming to open a new CAD file and run up specific or even modular plans and elevations so a sketch is required.
Preparing sketches is cost effective, saves time and promotes speedy understanding at all levels. More designers and developers are visualising nowadays to improve communication across an ever widening group of interested parties keener than ever before to know more about the built environment.
USA market researchers regularly use development sketches, mostly photo-composites, to gauge neighbourhood views and petition support prior to planning applications. In contrast, European contracts are more often awarded following a lot of detailed design work by which time much money and effort has been spent even in the case of development Competitions where ‘risk expenditure’ should be kept low