With Grenfell Tower, we are faced with a monument to loss and destruction, writes Eddie Blake If you close your eyes you can picture the Great Pyramid of Giza. It comes to you instantly. You can picture the shape, heavy, pushing against the sky. Some images stay with you, somehow more than a memory, as if you knew them before you knew words. Buildings have this capacity to escape from reality and lodge themselves, as images, in your psyche.