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Art Building American School London

The new building’s sculptural quality is fitting to the work that goes on inside. The façade is a unique piece of design that draws on the timeless quality of stone. It is the product of close collaboration between the design team and the stonemason and thoroughly embraces what modern manufacturing techniques can offer. The chosen… Read more »

Belarusian Memorial Chapel

The first new-build wooden church building to be built in London since the Great Fire of London. This chapel was commissioned by the Holy See of Rome for the Belarusian Diaspora Community in London to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster. In Belarus alone, almost 25% of its territory and 20%… Read more »

HERZOG & de MEURON: Switch House and the Tanks at Tate Modern

Several photographers have looked at the new 10-storey Switch House building by Herzog & de Meuron, rising above the found spaces of the tanks, it  includes new galleries and concourse areas, learning spaces, a restaurant, member’s room and a rooftop terrace with panoramic views over London. It will add another decisive dimension to the architecture… Read more »

exhibition: MODERN STATE SCHOOLS: Open House London 2016

For the second year running VIEW installed a show of images from our photographers at Regent School in Camden during Open House. The subject was Modern State Schools in the UK and Ireland: 10 photographers contributed to 20 printed boards. The school have taken the images into their care and we await news of further… Read more »

VIEW exhibition at the Building Centre

The Building Centre have kindly offered us space in their Cafe on Store Street London for an exhibition opening 2nd June. 14 VIEW photographers have contributed to this exhibition in London’s Store Street. SKIN DEEP is a selection of photographs which take the facade or outer surface of a building as the starting point for an… Read more »