Maybe it comes with living in a place like the Georgian Quarter; interesting architecture surrounds you. It is in every corner of this small but lovely part of Liverpool, right on the edge of Toxteth.
When walking down Huskisson Street one can literally point out the different decades in which the houses were built. It starts out with grand Kensington style townhouses and finishes with pointy, triangular roofed houses which could easily be cut like pizza slices. At its end lies Faulkner Square with its majestic villas and little public park.
On the other end of the road one is faced by the quite intimidating beauty of the Anglican Cathedral, also known as the Great Space.
In the following interview Duncan McLeod, architect and owner of Studio McLeod, talks about “Space & Light in Architecture”. It’s a brilliant interview and completely sums up the feeling when stepping into a sacred place like the Anglican Cathedral.