The London Library, founded in 1841, is the UK’s leading literary institution. With more than one million books and periodicals in over 50 languages, the collection includes works from the 16th century to the latest publications.
See here the history of London, from prehistoric times to the present, told through reconstructed interiors and street scenes, alongside displays of original artefacts found during the museum’s archaeological digs.
Housed in a historic warehouse, the Roman, Danish and Saxon history of the river and its docks is presented via exhibits and a series of videos.
Carmody Groarke is a London-based architecture studio established by Kevin Carmody and Andrew Groarke. The studio focuses on process-led work of widely varying typologies (temporary pavilions to permanent memorials) in the UK and abroad for private, commercial and public clients.