The Adams Plaza Bridge, designed by Adamsons Associates, is a futuristic footbridge that connects the offices of One Canada Square to Crossrail Place, which sits above the Elizabeth Line Canary Wharf station
The Olympic velodrome in London was designed by Hopkins Architects and built for the London 2012 Olympic Games; now re-opened as the Lee Valley VeloPark, it combines a striking design with the efficient use of natural lighting and ventilation.
The Paddington Green Campus of the City of Westminster College was opened in 2011 and designed by Schmitt Hammer Lassen. It was the RIBA London Award winner 2011.
The Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium Hotel has recently benefitted from a multi-million pound refurbishment case of Eco ID Architects.
The Pannier Market in the North Devon town of Barnstaple was opened in 1855, being designed by the then Borough Surveyor, Richard Davey Gould.
The London Docklands was rejuvenated in the 1980s and 1990s and is therefore a haven for modern architecture. The key buildings of the Canary Wharf development were designed by Sir Norman Foster and Cesar Pelli & Associates; the cavernous underground station was also designed by Sir Norman Foster. Nearby Southwark underground station was designed by Sir Richard MacCormac.
The area around Paddington Basin, the London terminus of the Grand Union Canal, has been subject to recent rejuvenation. One of the more prominent new buildings, 5 Merchant Square, was designed by Mossessian & Partners and is part populated by British retailer Marks & Spencer.
The Broadgate Tower, in the heart of the City of London, was designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and was completed in 2008. This is the view from the 17th floor which shows constant flux of the rapidly changing London skyline.
The ornate roof structure at the historic Leadenhall Market, in the heart of the City of London, was designed by Sir Horace Jones in 1881.
Orocco Pier boutique hotel, Queensferry, Scotland.
Perran Sands Holiday Park, Perranporth, Cornwall