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Built by Zaha Hadid Architects in London, United Kingdom with date Images by Luke Hayes. The Evelyn Grace Academy in Brixton, London Borough of Lambeth, broadens not only the educational diversity of this a.

Folded metal kiosks by Make Architects ( London)  open like a paper fan. Why not have a very beautiful while transportable, ready-to-go  pop-up / kiosk!? popuprepublic.com

Folded metal kiosks by Make open like a paper fan

Kiosk prototype by Make Architects. London architecture office Make has designed a portable prefabricated kiosk with a folded aluminium shel.

Zaha Hadid Architects, The Roca Gallery, London

The Roca Gallery in London by Zaha Hadid Architects

From - David Hannaford Mitchell The Roca Gallery, London - Zaha Hadid Love the forms, kind of look like the shapes im going for for my pods!

copper-roofed office extension to georgian townhouses in london / emrys architects.

Office extension with a faceted copper roof by Emrys Architects

When A Copper Roof Steals The Show In A Working Environment. // Emrys Architects made the reconstruction and extension of GMS Estates offices occupying two terraced Georgian town houses on Great James Street in Bloomsbury (London, UK)

Natural History Museum, London ~ architect Alfred Waterhouse.  Both the interiors & exteriors of the building made extensive use of terracotta tiles to resist the sooty climate of Victorian London, manufactured by the Tamworth-based company of Gibbs & Canning Limited. The tiles & bricks feature many relief sculptures of flora & fauna, with living & extinct species featured within the west & east wings respectively.  . . . .   ღTrish W ~ http://www.pinterest.com/trishw/  . . . .  #myt

Columns in the Natural History Museum of London. It was built from by Alfred Waterhouse after the original designer Francis Fowke died. As can be seen from these columns, Waterhouse added his own Romanesque touches.

Lloyds of London Headquarters in London. Architecture at its finest.

Lloyds of London Headquarters (also sometimes known as the Inside-Out Building) designed by Richard Rogers