London Building Developments, Built Environment in the English Capital, Photos
London Architecture Developments
Key Buildings + Property Designs in the capital of England, UK
post updated 11 October 2021
Architecture Developments in London
e-architect choose London Architecture Developments that are of strong design intent, typically large buildings or projects of an interesting type, such as museums.
We have 10 pages of London Architecture selections:
London Architecture : news + key projects
London Architecture Designs : A – B
London Buildings : D – F
London Building Developments : I – L
London Building Projects : M – O
London Architecture Developments : P – R (this page)
London Building Designs : T – Z
Latest Architecture Developments in the UK Capital added to this page, chronological:
Residential Building in Victoria, south west London
Design: Avery Associates Architects
picture from architect
Victoria Residential Building – 16 Jul 2013
This is a new residential building adjacent to Victoria Railway Station. Through the resolution of a number of constraints, the design takes an awkward site and turns it into a landmark project.
Peabody Avenue, Pimlico, south west London
Design: Haworth Tompkins
photograph : Philip Vile
Peabody Avenue Building – 30 Jun 2012
This building has been returned to its pre war-damaged state. The blocks, organised around three vertical circulation cores, are built in yellow stock bricks with windows well set back into reveals. To the rear of the development generous balconies cantilever from the circulation walkway.
Major London Architectural Developments, alphabetical:
London Architectural Developments
Design: Alsop Architects
image © Adrian Welch
Pan Peninsula, east London
Design: Skidmore Owings Merill
image from architect office
The original 3-dimensional form for the project which remains primarily intact came from the desire to take advantage of this peculiar site and landscape setting to create a unique urban environment. There is no 3-dimensional urban form in the immediate area, just the bow in the River Lea and the network of surrounding roads and railway infrastructure, creating essentially an ‘island’ site.
Paternoster Square buildings
Design: various Architects
picture © Adrian Welch
This is an urban development, owned by the Mitsubishi Estate Co., next to St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London. Its development was controversial, following a push by Prince Charles for more traditional, contextual architecture.
Peter Jones Department Store
Design: William Crabtree
photo © Nick Weall
Ravensbourne College building
Design: Foreign Office Architects
image : Glowfrog Studios
The new building is in giddy proximity to the Dome/O2/North Greenwich Arena, which sets up an unavoidable clash of scale and geometry. The relatively standard programme could have produced a building that could not converse let alone compete with its neighbour.
Regents Place Buildings
Design: various architects
photo © AW
Reiss Headquarters, Barrett St
Squire & Partners
photo © AW
The building incorporates three storeys of offices, cutting rooms and design studios, a further floor for corporate meeting rooms and David Reiss’s office, and a luxury penthouse flat. At ground level, a flagship store over two levels is directly overlooked by the shoppers passing down Oxford Street.
Rothschild Bank Headquarters
picture from architect office
The design of New Court, the new HQ for Rothschild Bank in St Swithin’s Lane is austerely elegant. Trying to persuade the planning authorities to accept a 15 storey cutting edge design building in the inner sanctum of the city would be a challenge for any architectural practice.
Royal Academy of Arts
David Chipperfield Architects
picture : David Chipperfield Architects
The Royal Academy of Arts was founded by King George III in 1768. It has a unique position in being an independent, privately funded institution led by eminent artists and architects – it is governed by 80 Royal Academicians who are all practising artists or architects.
Royal Danish Embassy
Arne Jacobsen Architect
photo © Adrian Welch
Royal Opera House Building
Design: Dixon.Jones Architects
picture © AW
More London Architecture Developments online soon
Location: London, south east England, UK
Architecture in London
London Architecture Links – chronological list
Architecture Walking Tours London : guided walking or bus tours in the capital
More London Architecture
London Art Gallery Buildings
Website: Architectural Walking Tours
Buildings / photos for the London Building Developments page welcome