London is so vast, and such a city of architectural extremes that each new vantage point on high gives a new perspective on the familiar. Even within the square mile, the skyline shifts and provides something new to fascinate. When I first lived in London, Tower 42 was known as the Natwest Tower (the shapes […]
Citypoint: here you can read about Citypoint in virtual tours and see examples of Citypoint 360 virtual tours.
Built in 1967 as the London headquarters for British Petroleum, Citypoint was originally titled Britannic House. The building in Ropemaker Street was the first in the City of London to surpass the height of St Paul’s Cathedral. Following a refurbishment in 2000, where an additional 5 metres were added to its height, the 35-storey 127 metre skyscraper was renamed Citypoint.
Here you can really look into the City – the panorama is incredibly high resolution so whilst you can stay panned back to take in the views over the Barbican to the Heron Tower, Tower 42, The Gherkin at St Mary Axe, the new Rothschilds Bank HQ at St Swithin’s Lane and the Shard, go […]
Panoramic London cityscape at twilight with views over the City of London. The Shard lit up though still under construction can be seen in the far right of the image, with familiar buildings the Gherkin (St Mary Axe), Tower 42 and the Heron Tower in the City of London to the left. The image is […]