Welcome to the London Architecture Diary, your essential guide to architecture exhibitions and events taking place across the city, brought to you by New London Architecture.
This afternoon tour along the River Thames surveys the landmark architecture of central London’s embankments and the skyline beyond with a special focus on the work of Simpson Haugh Architects, one of the few British firms to master the art of designing tall buildings.
We’re lucky to have one half of the firm’s founding team, Ian Simson and Rachel Haugh, join the tour this time. They will speak alongside regular guide Benedict O'Looney - a practicing architect and a teacher at the prestigious Architectural Association - guarantees deep insight and thoughtful commentary on all aspects of London’s architecture.
Ian Simpson and Rachel Haugh founded their practice over thirty years ago in Manchester. Now with studios in both London and Manchester, their work is centred on a belief that innovative architectural thought has the power to shape and transform our cities. Today they will focus on key Thame-side projects Circus West Village, a sustainable and mixed use place as part of Battersea Station Phase 1 and One Blackfriars, a shimmering façade and new public plaza creating a new gateway to the historic borough of Southwark.
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Departing and returning to Crown Pier, Victoria Embankment EC4Y. Duration 2.45hrs approx. Regretfully no children under 7. Booked only for capacity for the inside covered deck in case of rain.
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