11 St Andrew's Place, Regents Park NW1 4LE %A
Designed in 1959 and completed in 1964, the modernist façade of the Royal College of Physicians is undoubtedly one of London’s most important post-war structures. Grade I listed, the college was designed by the late Sir Denys Lasdun, an award-winning architect who, a year before his death in 1996, made some seamless additions to the building, in the form of the Council chamber and Seligman Theatre. The interior spaces are soaring and airy and the exterior in all its clean-lined simplicity, comes coated in white tiled mosaics. %A
%AThe Royal College of Physicians is open to the public on Sunday 20th September, from 10am until 4pm. Regular tours are bookable on the day.