Magazine launch with a view – high above Liverpool

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Liverpool Skyline with West Tower
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I was fortunate to attend the launch of the online magazine #EDiT last night which took part in the penthouse on the 38th floor of the West Tower in Liverpool. #EDiT is a new stylish business magazine for the Northwest which we designed at Mako Creative Solutions.

And what a location for a launch this was! Situated right on the waterfront the West Tower offers amazing views over Liverpool and as we were blessed with sunshine and clear sky it was the perfect evening to sit outside on the penthouse’s balcony and enjoy the sight.

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The dining area (I suppose) of the penthouse where we were welcomed with an #EDiT cocktail.

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My colleague Dave (again) in the living area of the penthouse

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It was the perfect evening for sitting on the balcony and enjoying the views.

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Proof I was there too. I’m trying to make a brave face.

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Royal Liver Building, Albert Dock, Echo Arena and Liverpool Cathedral just on the left

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Liverpool Cathedral, Radio City Tower, Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (the one that looks a bit like a tipi)

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Mersey estuary towards Liverpool Bay. The Liverpool Docks stretch for over 7.5 miles (12.1 km) and are the largest enclosed interconnected dock system in the world.

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