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Key Buildings in Bermondsey, South East London, England: Built Environment

post updated 13 June 2021
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1 Sep 2009

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Shad Thames buildings, Bermondsey, southeast London

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Shad Riverside – south bank of the River Thames, just east of Tower Bridge
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Carver St Building
Carver St Building
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Design Museum, Shad Thames
Date built: 1989
Design: Conran Roche
Design Museum Shad Thames
photo © Nick Weall
Design Museum Building
Designer Terence Conran, founder of the Design Museum, passed away in September 2020, aged 88 years old. Sir Terence Conran had a greater impact than any other designer of his generation, revolutionising everyday life in Britain.

Founding the Design Museum in Shad Thames in 1989 following an innovative start as the Boilerhouse in the basement of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Sir Terence Conran was a visionary mentor, leader and philanthropist. In 2016, The Design Museum relocated to Kensington, West London. Leading architect John Pawson converted the interior of a 1960s modernist building to create a new home for it, providing three times more space.

Shad Thames Buildings Shad Thames Butlers Wharf
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Horselydown Square, Bermondsey, southeast London
Date built: 1983-89
Design: Wickham & Associates
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Horselydown Square is on the corner of Shad Thames and Horselydown Lane close to the southern end of Tower Bridge. It consists primarily of flats, but with shops and offices on the ground floor. It supposedly has Dutch influence, Julyan Wickham’s father-in-law being Aldo van Eyck. It contains Tower Bridge Piazza and the fountain sculpture ‘Waterfall’ designed by Antony Donaldson in 1991.

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Wickham van Eyck Architects

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Bermondsey Architecture
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Location: Shad Thames, South East London, England, UK

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Buildings along south bank of Thames opposite Bermondsey:
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Spire London Docklands Tower
Design: HOK, Architects
Spire London Docklands skyscraper building
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Spire London Docklands Tower

Kingston Academy Regeneration, Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames
Design: Astudio
Kingston Academy Regeneration
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Kingston Academy

Royal College of Pathologists HQ, Alie Street, East London
Architects: Bennetts Associates
Royal College of Pathologists East London
photograph : Peter Cook
Royal College of Pathologists East London

1 Undershaft Tower
Design: Eric Parry Architects
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image : DBOX, courtesy Eric Parry Architects
1 Undershaft Tower

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