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Tours - Architecture

Ham House

Ham House has an authentic 17thcentury feel and gives a true sense of how the ruling classes lived after the restoration of Charles II. It […]

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Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station

An architectural walk in the new exciting area emerging around Vauxhall and Nine Elms, just opposite Westminster and Chelsea. We will see Damian Hirst’s luxurious Newport Street Gallery, […]

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Bankside Walk

This is a walk in the area called Bankside. Here we will see interesting new architecture such as Tate Modern’s Switch House contrasted with the […]

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Somerset House, a Hidden Gem

We start by visiting the neoclassical buildings of Gothenburg born, 18C architect Sir William Chambers’ and then see the new Miles Stairs by architect Eva Jiricna (designed V&A’s Jewellery Gallery). We end in the Courtauld […]

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Apsley House

The house is a treasure trove filled with history related to the Duke of Wellington, and surprisingly even has pieces of Sèvres porcelain from Napoleon’s divorce gift to […]

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Hampton Court Palace

Most closely associated with flamboyant Henry VIII, this majestic Tudor palace was among the most impressive royal residences in Europe at the time. In fact, […]

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St Paul’s Cathedral

After the Great Fire of London in 1666, the authorities turned to Sir Christopher Wren to build a new cathedral. His building became a landmark […]

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Westminster Abbey

Consecrated in 1065, this majestic abbey occupies a unique position in British history, as the place where most English monarchs have been crowned and buried. […]

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Kenwood House

The famous C18th architect Robert Adam was asked to glorify an early C17th country house off Hampstead Heath. The result is an elegant, neo-classical villa […]

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New London Skyline

10 years ago – who would have imagined that London would look like this? London has become a wonderful place to look at new, exciting […]

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