London Postmodern Architecture in the 1990s

1990s London sees a rich mix of new postmodern buildings. Canary Wharf starts with the tallest building in Britain till Shard,One Canada Square. Across the river Richard Rogers buildsMillenium dome and Terry Farrel designs new HQ of Secret Service and One Embankment Place on the riverside. In the City, Stirling’s No 1 Poultry raises many eyebrows, Exchange house amazes people for it’s bridge-like construction and Minster Court for it’s Gothic remarks. Big offices grows at 200 Aldersgate and Barclays HQ at 54 Lombard street. Finally, Jan Kaplicky wins Stirling Prize for his Lord’s Media Centre.

London Transport is going trough big changes and one of the private operators paints his Leyland Olympians yellow. Luckily enough, new set of regulations force him to pain buses red again. Funnily enough, same colour change goes for London Air Ambulance SA 365N Dauphin. Sponsored by Daily Express, it flies in bright yellow, but later Virgin sponsorship turns the helicopter red.


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