Copper Clad House - Graux & Baeyens - the untreated copper cladding will oxidise over time, gradually changing colour from golden brown to vivid turquoise on the walls and roof of this house, giving the building "a poetic impermanence"
Carreras Cigarette Factory, Camden. This astonishing former factory was designed just four years after the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun - a find which made Egyptian style extremely popular among the art deco architects of the 1920s. It's no surprise, then, that Egyptian motifs appear all over the building - right down to the two black cats guarding the entrance. Picture: Alamy
Another Lambeth picture, this time of the Thames foreshore where many people found work as labourers or sailors, shortly before the building of the Albert Embankment in 1866-9. It is part of a collection of images by William Strudwick, which are among the only surviving mid 19th-century images of a London working class district.