London Architecture

by Stephanie January. 21, 2020 372 views

Since working in the City of London, I've followed the changing skyline with interest, Many new buildings and massive Cranes litter the horizon each time you venture into the Capital. Here are a few images shot on a recent trip, with some examples of how, by recognising the shape and way a building is lit, it may be used for directional navigation around the city at night.

Citi Bank and others

Citi Bank and others

HSBC, One Canada Sq and Citi Bank buildings at dusk

HSBC, One Canada Sq and Citi Bank buildings at dusk

Monument to Shard

Monument to Shard

Going up! The Cheesegrater (122 Leadenhall St)

Going up! The Cheesegrater (122 Leadenhall St)

110 Bishopsgate - formerly Heron Tower.

110 Bishopsgate - formerly Heron Tower.

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