Last light over the thames from Southwark bridge on a lovely spring evening.
Orignally the canteen for the old Hoover Factory, this is one of three surviving structures of the complex. Built in the 1930's by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners it is a wondeful example of Art Deco in the Streamline Moderne style. These days it's an asian buffet restaurant called Royal Nawaab, so it's still serving food after all these years.
Built in the seventies, this housing estate is concrete brutalist architecture in a ziggurat style designed to protect the inhabitants from the vibration and noise of the trains that run alongside it. It was the first council estate to be Grade 2 listed and has been in TV and movies (most recently "Kingsman: The secret service")