London's architectural gems

Thursday 24 March 2016

In honour of Open House London 2013 - where buildings usually off-limits to the public throw open their doors to visitors - we thought we'd give you a little glimpse of some of London's architectural marvels. Open House London takes place in late September each year.

Open House London Ceiling of the Foreign Office by dandanthesushiman on flickr

 

 

Banqueting House by Xavier de Jauréguiberry

 

 

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London - Grand Staircase

 

 

St Paul's Cathedral interior

 

 

Leadenhall Market

 

 

30 St Mary Axe (aka the Gherkin)

 

  For more architectural splendour, take a look at our dedicated page on the LoveWall.  

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