Dickens and London
     Modern  Architecture in the City of London 

The Barbican, Chamberlin, Powell & Bon, c. 1970

Lloyds of London, Sir Richard Rogers, 1986

Willis Building, Sir Norman Foster, 2008

The City of London is known for its innovative and exciting modern architecture.  The photographs above showictures above show part of Peter Chamberlin, Geoffry Powell and Christoph Bon's Barbican housing estate of the 1960s-1970s, which is now grade 2 listed,  Sir Richard Rogers' iconic 1986 Lloyds of London and Sir Norman Foster's 2008 Willis building. 

At this stage this web site includes three articles on modern City architecture: Modernism and the City, Disney takes control? and the International Headquarters of  the Salvation Army.