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Are you interested in seeing and understanding more about the architecture of London? Join us on an informative walk with an architect as your guide. Our group tours explore the past, present and future of London’s architecture and urbanism.
The City of London is an area steeped in architectural heritage, yet it continues to be transformed, with major office developments by some of the world’s leading architects. What events shaped this transformation? How do the buildings respond to challenges and opportunities?
The South Bank, Somerset House and Covent Garden – three London landmarks that have seen spectacular change from their original uses. Although all are cultural destinations, their architectural responses are radically different. How did the buildings develop and adapt, and will they remain relevant in a changing world?
It has been hailed as Europe’s largest urban regeneration project. Like it or loathe it, the transformation of Vauxhall, Nine Elms and Battersea includes plenty of iconic architecture and urban planning. As building work continues, this is an ideal time to take a critical look at key developments in this area.
We deliver private tours for groups, schools and professionals. Please contact us if you wish to make an enquiry about booking a private tour.
I am Ross Logie. I founded Seeing Architecture because of my fascination with London and its architectural heritage. As a practising architect, I am interested in why and how buildings are built.
During my years living in London, I have been a senior designer at several firms. I was also a visiting lecturer at National University of Singapore and have written numerous articles for architectural publications. Since 2016,I have arranged about 30 unique architectural tours in London and around. I aim to make all tours enjoyable and informative for you.