Holmes Road Studios

Holmes Road Studios: Micro Homes for homeless people

Design: Peter Barber Architects

Beautiful new homeless facility providing high quality residential accommodation, with training and counselling facilities, laid out around a new courtyard garden, winner of an invited architecture competition, shortlisted for Mies van der Rohe 2017 Award.

Economist Building 25 St James's Street

Economist Building London by The Smithsons

The Economist Building refurbishment news – “Walking to the entrance of our building, across a rather austere plaza, we sometimes pass groups of architecture students in drab, well-cut clothes and interesting glasses.”

40 Leadenhall Street London Skyscraper

London Skyscrapers: Images + Architects

Planning permission awarded for striking office building in the heart of the City by Make Architects: 40 Leadenhall Street.
This tall building scales 154m and creates a striking and harmonious architectural composition of shifting rectilinear planes

Peninsula Place buildings in Greenwich by Santiago Calatrava

Peninsula Place Greenwich by Santiago Calatrava

Peninsula Place, part of the Greenwich Peninsula redevelopment, is a billion pound landmark building, designed by architect, artist, and engineer, Santiago Calatrava. The ongoing regeneration of south-east London’s Greenwich Peninsula is a £1 billion project.

University of Greenwich in London Building

London Architecture Tours: Guide

London Architecture Tours – new buildings. “I have nothing but good things to say about our guide. We were all very satisfied, and very impressed about his skills and knowledge. He was always on time, he was always in a great mood…and he seemed to know everything about every building we passed. We can truly recommend both e-architect and the guide!”

Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre

Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre

Design: C.F. Møller Architects

C.F. Møller Architects, artist Conrad Shawcross and developer Knight Dragon have completed a major new art and architecture collaboration for the Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre in London.

Victoria North Ticket Hall

Victoria North Ticket Hall in London

Architects: Weston Williamson +Partners

The three-storey sub-surface ticket hall beneath Bressenden Place includes ticketing facilities, escalators and three lifts, providing step free access to the Victoria Line platforms.

Royal Academy of Engineering

Royal Academy of Engineering in London

Design: Wright & Wright Architects

The project spans the three lower floors of Nos. 3&4 Carlton House terrace – which was designed by John Nash in 1827- and contains an exciting combination of vaults and double-height spaces.

Friars Bridge Court

Friars Bridge Court in London

Design: PLP Architecture

The proximity to the City of London and an influx of telecoms, media and tech companies has resulted in a recent wave of high-rise commercial and residential developments, resulting in a profound change of the character of this area.