An Interactive Projection of the Effect that New Construction Will Have on the London Skyline

The South View From Waterloo
The View South from Waterloo Bridge (interactive image)

The Guardian has put together a cleverly interactive projection of the ever-changing London skyline and how new construction of larger and taller buildings will fit into the mix. Such modern constructs as The Gherkin, The Shard, The Leadenhall Building (“the Cheesegrater”), The Heron Tower, and 20 Fenchurch Street (“the Walkie-Talkie”) have most recently made their mark on London, but it appears that there is much more to follow.

London’s skyline is set to get a lot more crowded over the coming years as recent additions such as the Gherkin and Shard are joined by more than 200 tall towers proposed, approved or already under construction.

East View of London
The view east from Waterloo Bridge (interactive image)

The view of Vauxhall (interactive image)

South View of London
The view south from Blackfriars Bridge (interactive image)

images via The Guardian

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