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THIS IS NOW! - The Architecture of The 21st century City (041221)

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DEPARTS From centre of Paternoster Square

Paternoster Square

London

EC4M

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An ONstreet walk exploring the shifting shape of contemporary architecture through the latest additions of The City of London.

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The Square Mile is London's contemporary architectural playground and a space of perpetual change. Amidst the unlikely framework of the capital's most ancient streets, a suite of ever more dazzling monuments to finance and global commerce reach up and out in a bewildering, awe inspiring and sometimes shocking mix of old and new. From fine-tuned brilliance to thumping mediocrity, this walk explores the evolution of space, style and scale through The City's 21st century additions charting two decades of incredible transformation and ongoing argument.

An ONstreet walk by The London Ambler - Mike Althorpe

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DEPARTS From centre of Paternoster Square

Paternoster Square

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EC4M

United Kingdom

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Organiser The London Ambler

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The London Ambler is Mike Althorpe, a London architectural historian and urban explorer with a passion for revealing the history and buildings of the the greatest city on earth. Through weaving unexpected and alternative routes through the city and delivering big stories in an authoritative, yet informal and accessible way, the London Ambler brings to life the many episodes, sagas and adventures of built and unbuilt London.   

The London Ambler - www.thelondonambler.com

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