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Battersea

The Battersea Power Station is one of the British capital’s most conspicuous buildings. Designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, whose oeuvre includes Bankside Power Station, now the Tate Modern, and the United Kingdom’s famous red telephone boxes, Battersea's quartet of elegant white chimneys is a prominent feature on the banks of the Thames.

Opened in the early 1930s, and remaining in operation for 5 decades, the sensitively refurbished Grade II*-listed building is today the heart of a vibrant commercial and residential precinct, flanked by a roll call of some of architecture’s greats, including Sir Norman Foster and Frank Gehry.

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