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EUROPE-UNITED KINGDOM/England-London-City of London 

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

 

From 'The Bonnie Scotland'1988, British architecture today six protagonists-Elemond Editori Associati/1991, ArchideA/2003,http://www.galinsky.com/,London Illustrated/Historical,Current and Future/Professor SK Al Naib,

 

Tower Bridge
   City of London



 Architect by Horace Jones in 1886-94, bilding type was openable bascule bridge,construction systems are stone bearing masonry and iron. Photo by Byunguh Yu(#1,2/1996), Byunggu Yu(#3/1992).

  

Tower of London
    City of London

 
 


 
In 1070-90 for castle, fortress, prison, construction system is bearing masonry. Context was urban of Medieval English style.The ultimate castle keep of the British Empire, in London by the Tower Bridge across the Thames river. The greatest castles of the period had stone keeps. It assumed its form as a 'concentric' castle, with successive lines of fortification, only after several reigns.  

 

St Thomas's Tower
    Tower of London, City of London

 

 

St.Paul's Cathedral
  
 City of London


 

 Architect by Sir Christopher Wren in 1675-1710. Construction system is masonry, brick, timber, and cut stone of Late Renaissance to Baroque style. The dome peaks at 366 feet above pavement. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Llody's of London Building
  
107 Leadenhill Street, City of London




 Architect by Richard Rogers in 1978-86. Building Type are  commercial, corporate headquarters of Bank of Llodys. Construction System was steel frame with glass curtain wall style-High Tech Modern. Expressed structure and exposed services as ornamental order.

   

Swiss RE Tower
  
 30 St Mary Axe, City of London

 

 Architect by Norman Foster on 2003. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

St Mary Axe Church
  
 St Mary Axe, City of London

 

 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

More London
  
 More London, Southwark, City of London



  Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

2 More London Riverside
  
 More London Riverside, Southwark, City of London



 Architect by Norman Foster on 2003. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

City Hall/The Queen's Walk of More London
  
 More London, Southwark, City of London

 


 Architect by Norman Foster on 2000-02. Photo by Jaewook Yu(#1,2,5/2005), Jeonghun Oh(#3,4/2005).

 

1 More London Place
  
 More London Place, Southwark, City of London



 Architect by Norman Foster on 2003. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

6 More London Place
  
 More London Place, Southwark, City of London




 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Floodlight Array
  
 More London, Southwark, City of London



 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Peckham Library
  
122 Peckham Hill Street, Southwark, City of London




 Architect by William Alsop & Jan Stormer on 1999. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Peckham Scene
  
 City of London



 Front view from Pecham Library. Photo by Wonsuk Cho on 2005.

 

Woolworth Building
  
 Peckham, City of London



 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Design Museum
  
 Southwark, City of London



 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

No.1 Poultry
  
 107 Leadenhill Street, City of London

 


 Architect by Sir James Sterling & Michael Wilford on 1985-98. The Oxford Centre for Real Estate Management. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

60 Queen Victoria Street
  
 City of London

 


 Architect by Foggo Associates on 1999. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Barbican Complex
  
 City of London

 

 Architect by Chamberlin,Powell & Bon, Ove Arup & Partners on 1954-82. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1994.

 

Bush Lane House Offices/Rail Station
  
 80 Cannon Street, City of London

 

 Architect by Arup Associates on 1976. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Plantation Place
  
 Fenchurch Street, City of London

 


 Architect by Arup Associates on 2004. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Tate Modern Museum
  
 Southwark, City of London

 


 Architect by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott on 1963. Tate Modern started life as a powerstation. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

London Stock Exchange/Bank of England
  
City of London



The first permanent building, dating from the 1730s, to the designs of Sir John Soane which was completed in 1940. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Credit Lyonnais Bank
  
 30 Cannon Street, City of London



 Architect by The Whinney Mackay & Lewis Partnership on 1980. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Avita Tower
  
 Undershaft Street, City of London



 Architect by Gollins Melvin Ward Partnership on 1969. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

54 Lombard Street
  
 Gracechurch Street, City of London



 Architect by GMW Architects on 1992. Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Burberry & The Harrod
    London

 

 The Harrod was established in 1849, most famous Department store of the world.
Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Old Building
  
 City of London



 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

Modern Building
  
 City of London

    

 Photo by Jaewook Yu on 2005.

 

76-80 Great Guildford St.Building
  
 Great Guildford Street, Southwark, City of London

 
    


 Photo by Jaewook Yu(#1/22 November 2005), Jungryul Kim(#2-4/6 September 2007).