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06 July 2009

1905 – New Shipping Offices, Cockspur Street, London

Architect: Sir Henry Tanner 2nd. Premiated Design

06 July 2009

1905 – Lambeth Municipal Buildings, Brixton Hill, London

Architect: H.P. Burke Downing 2nd. Premiated Design

11 June 2009

2002 – City Hall, London

Architects: Foster and Partners City Hall was designed by Foster and Partners, whose design brief was to create a building for the GLA (Greater London Authority) that would become a new landmark for...

11 June 2009

1984 – Lloyds, London

Architects: Richard Rogers Partnership The most famous example of Roger’s work with the services exposed on the outside, Lloyds is a modern London landmark. While the six towers are the most noticeable features,...

11 June 2009

1873 – Butler’s Wharf, London

Butler’s Wharf was built between 1871-73 as a shipping wharf and warehouse complex, accommodating goods unloaded from ships using the port of London. It contained what was reputedly the largest tea warehouse in...

11 June 2009

1894 – Tower Bridge, London

Architect: Wolfe Barry & Horace Jones The Tower Bridge, named after its two impressive towers, is one of London’s best known landmarks. This Victorian Bridge is now more than 100 years old. Designed...

11 June 2009

1886 – Building the Tower Bridge, London

Building the Tower Bridge Description from an article in the 1930’s in Wonders of World Engineering, published by Fleetway House The most famous example of the bascule bridge is the Tower Bridge across...

10 June 2009

2004 – 30 St Mary Axe (Swiss Re), London

Architects: Foster + Partners

10 June 2009

1823-53, British Museum, London

Architect: Sir Robert Smirke / Foster + Partners The core of today’s British Museum, including the great south front, was designed in 1823 by Sir Robert Smirke (1780-1867) in Greek Revival style, but...