London City Hall
London, United Kingdom

London City Hall (United Kingdom) - the headquarter of government and the Mayor of London

Where is located London City Hall?

Address of London City Hall is 110 The Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA, United Kingdom
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When was built London City Hall?

Built date of London City Hall is Date of opening - July 2002

London City Hall

Facts, informations and history of London City Hall

In the building with 10 floors there is the seat of the authorities and the mayor of London.

The design of the building was selected through a competition in which 55 projects took part, of which the 7 most interesting were placed on the public exhibition, where visitors expressed their opinions on them .

Inside the building there is a 500-meter pedestrian passage, reminiscent of the one in the Guggenheim Museum .

A shape resembling a motorcycle helmet (or egg) was chosen to reduce the building area requiring artificial lighting, which reduces energy consumption. Thanks to this shape, the building uses four times less energy than other buildings of similar size.

The frame used for the construction of the metal weighs 2,100 tons, while the reinforced steel used is 1950 tons. In addition, 13100 m² of cement and 7300 m² of glazed panes were used.

At the top of the building there is a gallery and a meeting place with a viewing terrace.

In order to reduce electricity consumption, in 2007 solar panels were installed on the roof, which allowed the building to produce its own energy, the founder and constructor became the London Climate Change Agency .

There is natural ventilation in the building, windows are opened in every office, heat coming from computers and lighting is also collected and then re-used.

The building is equipped with a cooling system through the flow of water extracted from the ground, the used water is then used, for example, when flushing toilets.

The building is open to visitors from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 8 pm, and on some weekends.

Architect of London City Hall

Architect of London City Hall is Foster and Partners
Foster and Partners

How many meters have London City Hall?

Height of London City Hall is 45 meters

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Construction/building type

Building London City Hall is of type Government office

Architectural style

Architectural style of London City Hall is Modern High-Tech

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Other dimensions, parameters and frequently asked questions

London City Hall

What area have London City Hall?

London City Hall have area of 185,000 square feet - floor area

What material is the building made of?

London City Hall is made of the following materials: Glass tiles, reinforced steel


Build cost of London City Hall is £65 m

Official website

The official website of the building, where up-to-date information can be found, is

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Benedykt Dobrzynski
Benedykt Dobrzynski
14 years ago
Adres internetowy zaraz wysyłam synowi! Ale ,ile kosztuje wejscie do gmachu i winda na górę,na taras widokowy ?
14 years ago
"...13100 m2 cementu...." ciekawe:P a moze m3, nie wydaje się wam?

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