Outbreak of scaffolding in historic Bedford Square, London, WC1
Further research into scaffolding behaviour and preferences has uncovered evidence in Bedford Square to support the Law of Two.
The Law of Two
According to the Law of Two, when scaffolding appears on one building, further outbreaks of scaffolding will occur on adjacent buildings. Scaffolding in London is gregarious, and likes to form clusters. Once scaffolding appears on one building, no building within close proximity is safe. Nothing can be done to stop the spread of scaffolding. The rule applies to both listed and unlisted buildings. As previously reported a Georgian building in Goodge Street collapsed when it was attacked by scaffolding.
As the photos show, the renown Architectural Association School of Architecture is shrouded in scaffolding and blue netting.
One of the best preserved Georgian Squares in London, Bedford Square currently has 4 installations of scaffolding on three sides. The AA regularly installs baffling structures in Bedford Square. Rather then serve any practical purpose, perhaps the current scaffolding is meant to provoke debate?
A cluster of scaffolding in Bedford Square
Green has no place in Bloomsbury
The colour of the netting is blue. Green seems to have no place in Bloomsbury.