Taking St Paul’s Cathedral as the starting point, we look at the major commercial buildings that accommodate the world's financial capital and the medieval street pattern which accommodates them. From Cheapside’s One New Change shopping centre designed by French starchitect Jean Nouvel through to the work-in-progress on Richard Rogers' The Leadenhall Building adjacent to Norman Foster's iconic Swiss Re building, we discover a dense cluster of striking exercises in contemporary office design set among some of the best urban space improvements in the capital.
The tour will meet at 13:45 at St. Paul's underground station, the exit next to Cafe Nero. Please check the TFL website for travel information ahead of the date to ensure you arrive on time.
Paid - ticket required