The skyline of London is ever-changing and new buildings will be constructed in the years ahead. Heidi was so kind to prepare some updates to the original post back from 2015. Back then it was just lovely to have the background to the first round of London images I took. Now I feel it is just good to update this post as it is a balance of ancient and modern architecture as well as the creation of new areas, often better suitable and sustainable uses of the land. Of course even more details are over on Heidi's new blog but for a quick overview have a look at the comparison with images and graphics below ...
The two buildings above did not make the cut but they are just so beautiful I had to show them as well and if it is just to convey the feeling of the detailed geometric beauty and the vibes of the modern architecture in the city of London.
Over centuries London’s Skyline was dominated by church spires and in particular St. Paul's Cathedral. However since the lifting of height restrictions in the 1960 a number of high rise developments have been realised across the city. Some of the first most notable ones are the Centre Point and Tower 42 followed by a number of towers in the docklands. 30 St Mary Axe – commonly referred to as the gherkin ...
Of course the art prints are available for sale over on my print page but I also welcome your photography requests - so please do get in touch, if you are looking for a specific building to be captured. And yes indeed visit Heidi's blog if you are looking for more information about this future London projects or on world architecture, are up for building your own home or even a skyscraper as that is actually what she does.
Wishing you all a fabulous day,
Antje and greetings from Heidi
Hello - my name is Heidi Mergl, I am a London based Architect and I am a guest blogger for pasinga.com. Antje and I go way back and we share my passion for modern design and architecture. We often feel inspired by the same things and we hope to inspire you too. My articles can be found within the blogs inspirations section or by searching below by my name.
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Michael (Thursday, 26 May 2016 08:08)
Nice - and it is changing again!