BT Telecom Tower, London
More views from the 34th floor
Dominating this scene is the white stone and green glass of the newly-completed NHS Trust hospital. To the right is the distinctive red brick Cruciform Building, which houses the biosciences and medical school departments of University College London (UCL).
Built in the shape of St Andrew's cross, this gothic Grade II listed building was designed by the renowned Victorian architect, Alfred Waterhouse in 1906. George Orwell died in room sixty-five on January 21st, 1950.
You can just make out children playing football on the roof of a school on Foley Street.
Fitzroy Square in winter. The east/south sides of the square were built in the 1790s, following the design of William and Robert Adam, with the west/north sides added in 1829.
You can see from this view how much Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture survives in central London's architecture.
Looking south east
In the foreground you can see the swirling green glass canopy that covers the Great Court of the British Museum, with the 'Erotic Gherkin' and the towers of Canary Wharf visible in the distance.
The distinctive white tower of Senate House on Malet Street can be seen in this view. The building is thought to be the architectural inspiration for the four ministries in Orwell's book, 'Nineteen Eighty-Four'.