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London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. It is the most populous region, urban zone and metropolitan area in the United Kingdom. Standing on the River Thames, London has been a major settlement for two millennia, its history going back to its founding by the Romans, who named it Londinium. London's ancient core, the City of London, largely retains its 1.12-square-mile mediaeval boundaries and in 2011 had a resident population of 7,375, making it the smallest city in England. Since at least the 19th century, the term London has also referred to the metropolis developed around this core. The bulk of this conurbation forms the London region and the Greater London administrative area, governed by the Mayor of London and the London Assembly.

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Dalston Culture House

Dalston Culture House

Architect
Hawkins BrownBrowse Hawkins Brown
Location
London, United KingdomBrowse London, United Kingdom
Type
cultureBrowse culture, clubBrowse club
Year
2006 Browse 2006

Darwin Centre

Architect
C.F.Møller ArchitectsBrowse C.F.Møller Architects
Location
London, EnglandBrowse London, England
Year
2008 adBrowse 2008 ad
Architect in charge
Anna Maria IndrioBrowse Anna Maria Indrio

Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion

Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion

Location
Shepherd's BushBrowse Shepherd's Bush
Location
London, EnglandBrowse London, England
Type
Cinema, later a Bingo HallBrowse Cinema, later a Bingo Hall
Year
1923 Browse 1923
Lumen

Lumen

Architect
Theis and Khan ArchitectsBrowse Theis and Khan Architects
Location
London, United KingdomBrowse London, United Kingdom
Type
ChapelBrowse Chapel, ChurchBrowse Church, cultureBrowse culture, meeting roomBrowse meeting room, religionBrowse religion
Year
2009 Browse 2009

Maiden Lane Housing

Maiden Lane Housing

Architect
Benson & ForsythBrowse Benson & Forsyth, Camden Council Architect's DepartmentBrowse Camden Council Architect's Department
Location
London, United KingdomBrowse London, United Kingdom
Type
Social HousingBrowse Social Housing
Year
1982 Browse 1982
Sainsburys Supermarket Camden

Sainsburys Supermarket Camden

Architect
GrimshawBrowse Grimshaw
Location
London, United KingdomBrowse London, United Kingdom
Type
RetailBrowse Retail
Year
1988 Browse 1988

King's Cross Station Western Concourse

King's Cross Station Western Concourse

Architect
John McAslan and PartnersBrowse John McAslan and Partners
Location
London, United KingdomBrowse London, United Kingdom
Type
Train stationBrowse Train station
Year
2012 Browse 2012
Church Army Chapel, Blackheath, London

Church Army Chapel, Blackheath, London

Architect
Ernest Trevor Spashett Royal Institute of British Architects, (1923-94)Browse Ernest Trevor Spashett Royal Institute of British Architects, (1923-94)
Location
Greenwich, Greater London, United KingdomBrowse Greenwich, Greater London, United Kingdom
Year
1965 Browse 1965
Client
Church ArmyBrowse Church Army

Haberdasher's Hall

Haberdasher's Hall

Architect
Hopkins ArchitectsBrowse Hopkins Architects
Location
London, United KingdomBrowse London, United Kingdom
Type
OfficeBrowse Office, meeting roomBrowse meeting room
Year
2002 Browse 2002
The British Library

The British Library

Architect
Colin St John WilsonBrowse Colin St John Wilson, Sir Leslie MartinBrowse Sir Leslie Martin
Location
London, United KingdomBrowse London, United Kingdom
Type
LibraryBrowse Library
Year
1998 Browse 1998


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