Some London floors are stunning, fit to be described as nothing but amazing pieces of art.
Some buildings in London, such as the Bank of England and the Royal College of Art. Here are eight of such buildings:
1. Royal College of Art
The Royal College of Art is a research university that offers postgraduate degrees in design and art to students. It is the only university in the world that offers an entirely design and art postgraduate curriculum.
2. Bloomsbury Coffee House
Bloomsbury Coffee House serves one of the best coffees in London. They offer a menu that changes daily and guests can sit outside when the weather permits.
3. The Peasant
The Peasant is a restaurant and a Victorian horseshoe bar. In short, it is a fascinating pub restaurant.
4. Nunhead Green
The Green is Nunhead's community centre.
5. Victoria and Albert Museum
The Victoria and Albert Museum is the largest museum of design and decorative arts in the world.
6. Duck and Waffle
Duck and Waffle is a 24-hour restaurant in London that serves British cuisine with broad European influences.
7. Bank of England
The Bank of England is the central bank of the UK. It is also the model upon which many central banks are based.
8. Bibendum – Michelin House
The Michelin house was opened in January 1911 to serve as the first permanent tyre depot and headquarters for the Michelin Tyre Company in the UK.