So I have mentioned it a couple of times this week, a long with apologies for my poor camera phone photos... So with thanks to Constantine Michael, a first year on the BA Interior Architecture course at NTU, here is a selection of what we got to see whilst on our field trip.
Starting in Liverpool with the Metropolitan Cathedral.
The space inside this mammoth cathedral was beautiful. Natural light flooded in, though outside it was a typical English grey sky. Appreciation also has to be shown towards those who built the building, simply brilliant.
Then it was the Liverpool Cathedral. The scale of this building is hard to explain, and even with pictures its difficult to really get across how big it was. Unfortunately photos inside were limited due to a memorial taking place for four-time Grand National winning trainer, Ginger McCain.
And then on to Crosby Beach.
Before finally reaching Salford and the Imperial War Museum North.
And just a few of the Media City footbridge.
Again, a big thank you to Constantine Michaels for the photos...