Shakespeare Tower, Barbican Estate, 1976. Designed by the architects Chamberlain, Powell and Bon it is Grade II listed and is one of London's principal examples of Brutalist architecture.

Shakespeare Tower, Barbican Estate, 1976. Designed by the architects Chamberlain, Powell and Bon it is Grade II listed and is one of London's principal examples of Brutalist architecture.

London-based architects Platform 5 have been awarded the first prize in the refurbishment competition “Don’t Move, Improve” for their extension to a Victorian terraced house in Hackney, London.

Platform 5's Hackney House Extension Wins New London Architecture Competition

London-based architects Platform 5 have been awarded the first prize in the refurbishment competition “Don’t Move, Improve” for their extension to a Victorian terraced house in Hackney, London.

Designer obsessed with London¿s Gherkin crafts diamond and gold pen worth an ink-redible £27,000 | Mail Online

Designer obsessed with London’s Gherkin crafts diamond and gold pen worth an ink-redible £27,000

Designer obsessed with London¿s Gherkin crafts diamond and gold pen worth an ink-redible £27,000 | Mail Online

I have always loved brick façades. The depth of the façade and rectangular windows look great. I bet the architect enjoyed drawing the elevations

I have always loved brick façades. The depth of the façade and rectangular windows look great. I bet the architect enjoyed drawing the elevations

Barbican, London - "An architectural and urban planning marvel. I'm enthralled by its history, its cultural impact and its ability to remain relevant over the years. Truly ahead of its time."

Barbican, London - "An architectural and urban planning marvel. I'm enthralled by its history, its cultural impact and its ability to remain relevant over the years. Truly ahead of its time."

Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate 4, South Hampstead, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, 1972-1979 Photo: Simon Phipps

Alexandra and Ainsworth Estate 4, South Hampstead, London, Neave Brown, Camden Council’s Architects Department, 1972-1979 Photo: Simon Phipps

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