If someone said, design me something pointless then cover it in hype, then The Tide in Greenwich would be the result.
The Southbank’s brutalist office block occupied by IBM could be getting bigger if plans by the owners are approved by the council.
There are many contenders for best staircase in London, but I am going to pitch this little known staircase on the Southbank for the title.
Last week, an exhibition was held to show off the plans to turn London Transports former art-deco headquarters into a posh hotel.
150 years ago, a deep sloping road in Central London was replaced with a marvelous bridge — the Holborn Viaduct.
You’re a huge tent with large numbers of visitors thronging to see the latest instagram star, so what could be better than a long row of designer retailers to drain even more money from their wallets?
The shopping heart of London will soon have fewer shops, after the local trade group announced plans for a large-scale revamp of the area.
On a formerly oddly empty plot of land in Haymarket is a temporary exhibition pavilion.
A part of a major rebuilding project, the National Portrait Gallery has announced that it will be closing for three years, from the end of June 2020.
A long line of railway arches under the Hammersmith and City line are being rented out by TfL following refurbishment work.
The Museum of London is set to move soon from its current home into a cluster of semi-derelict Victorian iron and 1960s concrete buildings.
The decade old information kiosk outside Holborn tube station could be replaced by a series of digital screens, if plans by the local business group is carried out.
Network Rail is calling on architects and designers to come up with ideas for improved seating in some of London’s mainline station.
The V&A’s Museum of Childhood in East London has secured planning permission for a large revamp of the listed building.
A fairly grim concrete office block that included a covered walkway between London Bridge and the railway station is to be demolished and redeveloped.
A cluster of towers planned for the bankside area is likely to go ahead after one of the developers committed to the plans.
There’s a bit of a revival going on in building land at the moment — people are getting excited about covering buildings in ceramics.
Holborn viaduct is a long corridor of unremitting office blocks being very glass and stone, but one could go up that will be covered in green plants.
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