Michelin Building, Fulham Road, Chelsea, London. The picture was taken after Michelin sold the landmark to publisher Paul Hamlyn and the restaurateur/retailer Sir Terence Conran, who both shared a love for the building.
The Penguin Pool , Regents Park Zoo, London. One of the most influential works of Modern architecture is the well-known Penguin Pool, held at the Regent's Park Zoo in London, by the
Georgian-born architect Berthold Lubetkin, in 1934.
Taken from the London Wall, Barbican, the city of London development of the late-1980s economic ‘Big Bang’ that followed Margaret Thatcher’s deregulation of financial markets
Kensal Rise Cemetery. The General Cemetery of All Souls, Kensal Green, is one of England's oldest and most beautiful public burial grounds
All Saints Church, Fulham.The west tower of All Saints’ church was built around 1440. The earliest of the surviving buildings of Fulham Palace dates from around 1480, when it became one of the Bishop of London’s country retreats.