Aerial view of One World Trade Center looking east. Image courtesy Skidmore, Owings & Merrill The One World Trade Center might be the most expensive
London City Hall by Foster + Partners. Photo by Nigel Young Here’s a look at 10 of the most recognisable buildings by Norman Foster, widely
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Exoskeleton will support The HUB’s floating glass building. Photo: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners News plans by architects Rogers Stirk harbour + Partners reveal external
Its restaurant may have long since stopped turning, but this towering symbol of 1960s technology has proved surprisingly resilient For a building that was once
Viñoly’s building at 20 Fenchurch Street The Walkie-Talkie tower’s jarring distortion of the City skyline adds to general unease about Britain’s financial heart, says Owen
There’s something entirely inscrutable about buildings; something that all those words, drawings and diagrams by architects and scholars from Vitruvius onwards can’t seem to say.