London City Hall 3D model is a building in London that serves as the seat of the Greater London Administration.
The Council of Greater London, abolished in 1986, was located in the County Hall in Lambeth. By the time the new administration was created, the County Hall had already been turned into a hotel. The order for the design of the new object went to the firm "Foster and Partners", performed by Norman Foster and Ken Shatluort himself. The project was completed in 1998, the construction took about 5 years and cost 65 million pounds.
The building is located in Southwark, near Tower Bridge. It has ten floors, its height is 45 m. The city hall is best known for its unusual curved shape, resembling a sliced egg. In both of London’s mayors, Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson, she caused an association with the form of the sex gland. Foster explained the unusual appearance of the building with the desire to reduce its surface and thereby save energy consumption.
The whole City Hall is surrounded by a half-kilometer gallery. Upstairs is a platform for exhibitions and meetings, called the "London lounge." It is sometimes opened to the public.
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