Month: July 2014

London’s Most Eye-Pleasing Outdoor Cinemas

This year, swimming pools, cemeteries, rooftops and rivers are playing host to a variety of cinematic experiences. But where are the most architecturally aesthetic places for a screening? Here’s our pick. The Power of Summer, Battersea Power Station Showing a variety of films until August 31st, this 250 capacity cinema sits within the iconic structure… Read more »

The Shard is Shortlisted for the Stirling Prize

The Shard has been announced as one of six buildings to make the 2014 Stirling Prize shortlist. Architect Renzo Piano’s jagged creation has already become a London landmark, and at 1,004ft tall it is currently the tallest building in Western Europe. This year’s nominees are all based in the United Kingdom and they include the… Read more »

Bike Fever Strikes

Some may say we’ve become a nation obsessed with two-wheeled travel. Ever since Great Britain’s cycling success at the 2012 London Olympics, more and more of us have been going barmy about bikes. Today the atmosphere in London is electric, as we wait for the world’s greatest cyclists to race along the Thames as part… Read more »