30 Thursday 30th January 2014
Architectural rendering studio Hayes Davidson have created a series of images that show London's skyline in 20 years time, if all construction proposals go to plan.
The renderings were created for an upcoming exhibition called "London's Growing… Up!" at New London Architecture (NLA), which will document London's skyscraper growth since the 1960s, as well as predicting the effect these buildings will have on the city for years to come. Visitors will also be able to have their say on which buildings should go ahead, using touch screens to remove or change the location of buildings they don’t like and even add buildings from other cities, making their own version of the town which will be posted onto the NLA's Twitter feed.
200+ buildings with a height of 20 storeys or more are planned for London in the next two decades. The "London's Growing… Up!" exhibition will open on 3 April, 2014.
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