Journey into the unknown

This entry was posted on 7th June 2013

London architecture Where: Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames London SE1 2YD When: 4th June to 22nd July 2013 As part of the London Festival of Architecture the Design Museum is running a free exhibition that celebrates London’s under appreciated buildings. Leading architecture critics have nominated 10 buildings that are often overlooked, forgotten or rarely seen and give them a chance to be in the spotlight.

Cabmens-Shelter

Selected architectural gems include the ubiquitous green Cabmen’s shelters, which are found in some of the Capital’s leafy squares providing sustenance to salt-of-the-earth cabbies, and the Brownfield Estate, dominated by Erno Goldfinger’s brutal looking Balfron Tower.

Brownfield-Estate

To see what other left-field architectural treasures have been unearthed click here: http://designmuseum.org/news The London Festival of Architecture runs until the end of June, find out more here: http://www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org/

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