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I can't think of anything catchy :D
Looks fine to me, but I'm sure @PkmnTrainerJ-ING will help you lengthen the title if you ask nicely haha
Can you use the full name "Michael Vyne Treleaven"? I can't think of much else, but interesting to read how he basically blagged his way to being an architect by just designing buildings with no training. Certainly made me explore a bit.
I don't see why not.
I was trying to get the balance between accurate but a bit dull while not putting the reviewers off.
It appears here so I'll never see it anyway... in 2.5 years :D
is this not in the arts and crafts style?
I have to say the title is a bit bland, for such a detailed facade.
Totally OT - how on earth do you cram so many characters into the description box? I get cut off after max 7 lines...
You can type a lot more in the supporting info box if you edit it on the Wayfarer website. The initial submission through Pokémon Go/Ingress has a relatively small character limit, but Wayfarer has larger character limits.
On topic, all I can come up with at this hour is "Treleaven tribute" or "Treleaven hommage". It could both be undersood as a tribute to the architecht or his trubute to the royals.
Just my penny...
So if I edit my nomination on the website I can write more?
"Jacobean Heraldic Facade"
"Historic Jacobean Heraldry Facade"
"Heraldic Facade by Treleavan"
"1909 Kingston Heraldry Facade"
"Heraldic Facade on [Street Name]"
"A Facade for Kings and Queens"
Atlanta has a set of buildings we call the King and Queen Buildings because the adornment on top makes them look like chess pieces for the king and queen. So, I'm partial to it being "The Kings and Queens Building".
Historic England said Jacobean Revival so I'm not going to argue with them :D
Thanks, I'll change it to Kings And Queens And Heraldry.
I usually do a Title, Description and Support on Keep Notes so I can go back, edit and copy/paste the information it refuses to accept on first try.
I won’t argue with Historic England.
I love the detail on it.
And glad you have an improved title
it prompted me to remember one of my early nominations
i think I know someone who would not approve of the title……even I think it’s too short 😂