65 Hopton Street, Bankside Housing, Southwark Property, Building, Photo, Design

65 Hopton Street London : Bankside Architecture

Residential Development Southwark, south London property design by CZWG architects

28 Apr 2013

65 Hopton Street

Location: Bankside, Southwark, south London, England, UK

Date built: 2006

Design: CZWG architects

Loft properties close to the River Thames, near the centre of the UK capital city.

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photos © Adrian Welch

A striking apartment building partly due to its yellow colour and partly due to the circular form stepping down at the tip of the tower. There are some flats here designed by well known architects, such as Eva Jiricna.

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photos © Nick Weall

Location: just west of Tate Modern, south bank of the Rivber Thames

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photos © Nick Weall

Bankside lofts postcode address: SE1 9JL

Bankside Housing
photo © Adrian Welch

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Location: 65 Hopton Street, south London, south east England, UK

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Hornsey Street Social Housing, Holloway, north London
Dates built: 2004-07
Holloway housing
photo © Adrian Welch
Holloway housing

Southwark Buildings

Southwark Buildings + Designs close by:

Number One Blackfriars Road
Design: Ian Simpson Architects
Number One Blackfriars Road
image from Beetham Organisation
1 Blackfriars
Boris Johnson’s manifesto had a number of proposed London skyscrapers in his sights: first up for formal intervention is Ian Simpson Architects’ beleaguered Southwark tower. Previously approved then thrown back into jeopardy by a ministerial referral this will provide an clear indication of the new Mayor of London’s approach to the capital’s architecture.

20 Blackfriars
Design: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
20 Blackfriars Road London
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20 Blackfriars
Comment from Jim Eyre, Director, Wilkinson Eyre: “We are very pleased for our client, Circleplane and, of course, for the team at No. 1 Blackfriars.We are absolutely delighted with the Inspector’s ringing endorsement of the quality of our design and his clear and positive position on both the impact of our scheme from the Blue Bridge in St. James’ Park and on the beneficial contribution in urban design terms to London and in particular Southwark.”

Palestra, Southwark
Design: Alsop Architects – now SMC Alsop
photo © Adrian Welch

Bankside 1,2 & 3 – towers, Southwark Street, Bankside
Design: Allies & Morrison
Bankside 1,2 & 3
photo © Adrian Welch
Bankside 123
In keeping with the spirit of the area, the developers have made a major investment in public art, including the Monument to the Unknown Artist, an animatronic artwork that mimics the body language of passing pedestrians.

Design: Avery Associates Architects
photo © Adrian Welch
South Bank Imax

Benbow Yard Home, Southwark, South London
Design: FORMstudio Architects
Benbow Yard Home in Southwark, South London
photo © Bruce Hemming
Contemporary Home in Southwark

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Churchwood Gardens, Forest Hill, South London
Design: Bryden Wood
Churchwood Gardens in Forest Hill South London
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Christopher Boones Almshouses, Lewisham, South London
Christopher Boones Almshouses in Lewisham
image courtesy of architecture office
Almshouses in Lewisham Homes

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