Rahayu Darmestuti, Architecture Student, Indonesia:
While I was passing through Copenhagen Street in the King’s Cross area of London, the window display of The Guardian and The Observer office caught my eye. Its waving façade also added to the unique value of this building. However, the most unique thing here was the window display. An arrangement of big letters of the brands (The Guardian and The Observer) displayed in the large windows of this building. What I found interesting about this was that it was arranged in such a fantastic composition by putting these out-sized letters hung in a 'back and forward' composition so that I was able to see them in different positions and in different angles. The genius part was instead of putting them at the front facing the main street, they put them in one of the side windows of the building facing an alleyway, so that everyone who passed the main street could experience the different views and different angles.