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Engineering Is Art: 300 – 349

Engineering Is Art: 300 – 349
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It seems apt that the official Being Brunel mad-rush season comes to an with this post- as the last-push of daily doubles to get #EngineeringIsArt back on target reaches its head. After today we return to regular, weekly, blog posts every Thursday and a new photo celebrating the art that is engineering for each weekday. It’s been a fun slog to fulfil my 52 articles/260 pictures a-year quota; but I’ve got a good few side projects that I hope you’ll like that need attention too.

This is now the seventh gallery of the #EngineeringIsArt series; established to prove once and for all that architecture isn’t the final word on artistry in the built environment. If you haven’t already, you can catch up on numbers 000 to 049, 050 to 099, 100-149, 150-199 , 200-249 and 250-299. So, in no particular order, here are pictures 300 to 349; remember engineering is art

All of the images forming the Engineering Is Art series are Creative Commons licensed; you can find out more about the person who took the photo by following the (Photographer) link on each image caption.

As a non-profit resource itself, Being Brunel employs a lot of Creative Commons material, which you can find out more about on the Attributions page.

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