Here are the complete designs from our London 100 series. I have loved discovering and interpreting landmark classics to local favourites, many with fascinating histories and works of art in themselves. The amount of architectural greats really showcase what an eclectic mix London has to offer.Read More
Finally, finally after an intense 100 days, our project is completed! Here are the very final 10 designs from the series.
A huge thank you to everyone who has liked, followed & commented on our series - thank you for all the encouragement and lovely words!Read More
As we near the end of what feels like an epic journey, here is the latest roundup.Read More
Design number 71 from 100 days: National Gallery | Rustic: The imposing National Gallery with its incredible collection of masterpieces. Its site in Trafalgar Square was chosen as it was the centre of London, and opened in 1838. Designed by William Wilkins, it is another Neoclassical style building in our series.Read More
Featuring one of the newest and the oldest buildings in our series so far, here are numbers 61-70.Read More
The next 10 in our series starts with: Marble Arch | Jewel colourway: Designed by John Nash, Marble Arch was actually originally meant to be the ceremonial entrance to Buckingham Palace but it was moved to its current site in the 1850s.Read More
The next 10 are here! Starting with...Arding & Hobbs (now Debenhams) | Exotic colourway: Just down the road from Clapham Junction station, the Arding & Hobbs department store was built in 1885, and then rebuilt in 1909 after a fire. It now houses Debenhams. Perhaps an unexpected entry, to me this is a very distinct building in the area.Read More