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Image title: London Swiss Re Building by Sir Norman Foster

London Swiss Re Building by Sir Norman Foster

The Swiss Re Building designed by Foster and Partners under construction 22 May 2003. It occupies the site of the former Baltic Exchange in the City of London and is described as the first environmentally progressive building in the capital.

The larger size version of this image is currently the most clicked-on in imagesofcities.com and was the first to be automatically reposted in the new Series 300 site (late May 2005)

Click to see more photos of the Swiss Re Building


A gigantic form with feminine contours has arrived in the male-dominated City of London - shockingly radical and strangely beautiful.

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Title:
London Swiss Re Building by Sir Norman Foster

Category:

Filename:
LonSwissBlgDskSq3522.jpg

ID number:
8754

Technical details:
Fuji F601 digital camera

London, modern architecture, City of London, River Thames, skyscrapers, mansem1

Date created:
2003-05-11

Aidan O'RourkeAidan O'Rourke has been active in photography and online media since 1995. He has documented the development of the local area in his Eyewitness website (1997-2005) and as a contributor to books, publications and the Manchester Evening News. He runs his Eyewitness photography walks in Manchester, Liverpool and other locations. He offers one-to-one tuition in Photography and Languages. He is a high-level speaker of German and can offer photography walks and tours through the medium of German. Visit www.aidan.co.uk

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