Hidden behind one of Whitehall's classical facades can be found a building as old as the Times newspaper, and described as the smallest Grand House in London.
Hidden around a corner on a side street not far from Kings Cross can be found one of Britain's great post-war modernist buildings -- and an amazing staircase.
The ancient Egyptians invented it, the Victorians industrialised it, the Edwardians loved it, and most of us who sat on plywood chairs at school hated it.
There's a small, but interesting display at the moment showing some of the late changes that were made to the Royal Albert Hall during its construction.
Far away from the main visitor route, there's a large room high up in the V&A museum full of architectural models.
People leaving Covent Garden tube station could soon be staring at a wall covered in plants.
Details about which buildings will be opened to the public for Open House London weekend will be published later this week.
A few weeks ago, and a decade or so later than originally planned, the V&A finally opened its new Exhibition Road entrance.
A large plot of farmland near Heathrow Airport is to be turned into a vast subterranean city, with a public park on the top.
A display of rather offbeat ideas to help improve the public realm in the eastern side of the City of London has opened near the Guildhall.