about

My name is Rob Annable. I’m an architect, a father, a husband, a rock climber, a blogger and wannabe geek. Although not necessarily in that order.

I’m a director at Axis Design Architects. We’re architects and urban designers in Birmingham, UK. We mostly make housing ¬†and we are leaders in the field of online methods of public consultation.

You can also find me at all the usual outlets such as twitter, flickr and tumblr. Over at home4self.tumblr.com I’m busy trying to design and build my family a home.

I’ve been writing this blog since 2004 and you can search the contents here.

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  1. Eric Osborne
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    I once worked in 16 Carlisle Street, Soho in offices I shared with Architectual publishers – they moved out and amongst the ‘junk’ they left me to dispose of was a beutiful pen and ink sketch, which I kept.

    It is of Sloane Square and signed by Gordon Cullen. I found you when searching the web regarding his life – which I often do in quiete moments. Your drawing so remind me of the drawing I having hanging here.

    Regards,
    Eric Osborne

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