Architecture in London

Admire the architectural wonders of London with 13 remarkable buildings and structures.

Royal Academy of Arts

Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy Arts has been fostering artistic talent for over two centuries now. It is fitting, then, that it is based in Burlington House, a building which has had a comparable impact on the world of English architecture.… more

Mercato Mayfair

Mercato Mayfair

An artisanal food hall based in a Greek revival church, Mercato Mayfair has it all... if by 'it all' you mean delicious food, stained-glass windows and craft beer brewed in a crypt.… more

Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market

Leadenhall Market was used as the film location to Harry Potter’s Leaky Cauldron pub, was once home to a runaway goose and even features in Mario Kart 8 (Deluxe).… more

Shad Thames

Shad Thames

Former industrial hub and one-time home of David Hockney and Derek Jarman, Shad Thames is a distinct, hidden London district with a fascinating history.… more

Customs House

Customs House

Customs House Sydney stands on the site of the First Fleet Landing in Australia.… more

Lincoln's Inn

Lincoln's Inn

With elements dating back to the 1400s, and from every century since, Lincoln's Inn is a treasure trove of London architecture through the ages.… more

Brown Hart Gardens

Brown Hart Gardens

Idle, disorderly and verminous persons beware: enter Brown Hart Gardens at your risk. And don't even think about practicing gymnastics!… more

Clayton Hall

Clayton Hall

Clayton Hall is the only remaining moated manor house in Greater Manchester.… more

Goodwin's Court

Goodwin's Court

A Georgian alley thought to be one of the main inspirations of Harry Potter's Diagon Alley, Goodwin's Court is the perfect place to take a step back in time, or into another reality altogether.… more

Alphabeta Building

Alphabeta Building

The Alphabeta Building: prioritising an award-winning work-life balance for its employees, one basketball game or open-planned office space at a time.… more

Leinster Gardens

Leinster Gardens

An opulent Victorian terrace concealing secrets that link the railway, BBC’s Sherlock and the author of Peter Pan, J.M Barrie in Bayswater, London.… more

Dragon Gate Chinatown

Dragon Gate Chinatown

Dragon Gate Chinatown: the grand entrance to San Francisco’s most popular neighbourhood.… more

Southmere Lake

Southmere Lake

Southmere Lake, or the 'Flatblock Marina', is a brutalist estate in Thamesmead, London, famous for its role as a totalitarian hellscape in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange.… more