Monday, 8 February 2016

Mitre Road, central London

Part of a conservation area, Mitre Road was laid out in the early twentieth century. Lambeth Council's report notes: "It is a dignified tree-lined avenue of three storey apartment buildings of stock brick with white painted lintels over the double-hung four over four paned timber sash windows. The steeply pitched clay tiled roofs have a traditional eaves construction and are surmounted by prominent chimney stacks of stock brick with red-brick copings. Each property has a substantial rendered porch on tapering brackets set between two storey square bay windows. The frontages are set back from the pavement behind simple metal railings."

Thursday, 28 January 2016

Grosvenor Square, central London

First laid out in the early eighteenth century, Gsosvenor Square is now lined with neo-Georgian mansion blocks and embassies, including the residences of the Italian and U.S. ambassadors.

The Catholic Cathedral of the Holy Family in Exile, Duke Street, central London

A Ukrainian church in the heart of London, The Catholic Cathedral of the Holy Family in Exile was built in 1891 as the King's Weigh House.

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Sunset from Southwark Bridge, central London


Old Jewry, City of London

Winter sun lights up the Bank of China neatly mirroring the financial community's preoccupation with the economic slowdown in East Asia

The Guildhall, central London

Office workers lean against the Guildhall to soak up some winter sun and check Facebook

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Buckingham Palace, central London

Just south of Buckingham Palace and its mini green belt, cranes soar high above the nineteenth and twenty-first century architecture.

Sunday, 17 January 2016

London Lumiere festival, central London

The Light of the Spirit by Patrice Warrener brings ever changing technicolour to the west front of Westminster Abbey
 A four day festival, London Lumiere featured an array of light installations across the west end of the city and the Kings Cross district.