One Bank Street

The twenty eight office development by architects Kohn Pedersen Fox and developers Canary Wharf, is continuing to take shape in Canary Wharf. Project Information Address: 1 Bank Street , Canary Wharf , E14 Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Borough: Tower Hamlets Developer: Canary Wharf Group Floors: 28 Height: 147m Office floorspace: 700,000 sq ft Occupants (to […]

Landmark Pinnacle

A rise residential development by Squire & Partners architects and developers Chalegrove, which still stand at 233m making it one of the tallest residential towers in the UK. Project Information Address: 15 Westferry Road, London E14 8JH Architect: Squire and Partners Borough: Tower Hamlets Developer: Chalegrove Properties Floors: 75 Height: 233m Residential units: 822 residential […]

Vauxhall, Nine Elms & Battersea by night.

An evening of long exposure along the north bank, of the Thames taking in some of its most recent additions.

The high end residential developments lining the Albert Embankment
Tintagnel House and 88 Albert Embankment (Charity Towers)
St Georges Wharf and The Tower
Recent additions to the Nine Elms skyline
The recently opened Embassy for the United States.
Battersea Power Station and Phase 1 (Circus West)
The VNEB opportunity area by night
Chelsea Waterfront and the disused Lots Road Power Station

Wardian London

Residential tower in South Quay adjacent to Canary Wharf.

Middle Dock
First signs of cladding
Marsh Wall
South Dock

Project Information

Address: East of 163 Marsh Wall

Architect: Glenn Howells Architects

Borough: Tower Hamlets

Developer: Ballymore Group | Ecoworld

Floors: 55 | 50

Height: 187 | 168m

Residential units: 792

22 Bishopsgate

Construction update of the tallest of the many towers being built in the Square Mile.

Old Broad Street
Leadenhall Street
Bank Junction
Queen Victoria Street

Project Information

Address: 22 Bishopsgate, London, EC3

Architect: PLP Architecture

Developer: Axa Real Estate and Lipton Rogers

Floors: 62

Height: 278m

Ward: Lime Street

Office floorspace: 1,291,700 sq ft

Public Realm: Public viewing gallery at the top and improved access from Bishopsgate to St Mary’s Axe

Principal Place

Residential segment of the mixed use development by developer Brookfield and Foster + Partner architects, in London’s city fringe.

Looking south on Kingsland Road, enlarging the existing City of London cluster.
Principal Place slotting into place from King John Court.
Principal Place from Commercial Street

Project Information

Address: Worship Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 2BA

Architect: Foster + Partners

Developer: Brookfield and Concord Pacific

Floors: 51

Height: 163m

Borough: Hackney

Public Realm: New public adjacent to office and residential schemes

Residential Units: 273

Kings Cross Central

An impromptu walk around the Kings Cross mixed use redevelopment scheme.

Looking out on the hive of activity at Kings Cross Lands.
Afternoon sun on the Granary Building and various new builds.
The roof for Coal Drop Yards, an retail development by Thomas Heatherwick Studios.
Aga Kahn London Campus by Japanese architects Maki and Associates, slated for occupancy for the next academic term 18/19.
The occupied Fenman House by Maccreanor Lavington Architects
Future site of Luma London by architects Squire & Partners
New London Vernacular in Kings Cross
Looking south from the observation deck
Plot S2 by Mossessian Architecture. 
Plot R7 by Duggan Morris Architects
The Granary Building, capturing the golden hour.
The future site of Google’s UK Headquarters by Thomas Heatherwick Studios and B.I.G