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A Walking Tour with Guardian Architecture Critic Oliver Wainwright This event is now over
Nine Elms Drift: Architecture Tour
Attendees joined Guardian architecture critic Oliver Wainwright to explore the biggest building site in London, a mile-long stretch of riverside development from Battersea Power Station to the Vauxhall Tower.
Led by Guardian architecture critic Oliver Wainwright, this tour explored the biggest building site in London: a mile-long stretch of riverside development from Battersea Power Station to the Vauxhall Tower.
This afternoon walking tour examined what kind of place is being created by this £15bn regeneration project, from the rebirth of the power station to the new US Embassy and the host of luxury apartment towers along the river, forming an entirely new piece of London unlike anything the capital has seen before.
Adult £15, student/ concession £12, Members £13.50.
Oliver Wainwright is the architecture and design critic of the Guardian. Trained as an architect at Cambridge and the Royal College of Art, he worked for OMA in Rotterdam and at the Mayor of London's Architecture and Urbanism Unit, and is a regular visiting critic and lecturer at a number of architecture schools.
Background image | Image Credit: US Embassy, London. Oliver Wainwright, 2017.