Battersea Power Station – Live!

Built for £2.2 million in 1933, it’s the price of a modest apartment today in this swish residential-retail-leisure complex. Originally designed by Sir Giles Gilbert-Scott, the station powered a quarter of London by 1948. Closed in 1983, the grade II* listed building was the problem child of the river front until rescued by Malaysian investors in 2006 who, with Frank Gehry, returned the site to the world-stage. The final phase of the main turbine halls was recently opened to reveal an eye-watering homage to retail and high-living. For more information please see:

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