London Interactive: London 2000

May 1998

With a profusion of projects both private and lottery funded in the pipeline for London, this, the second chapter of London Interactive, aimed to give people information about the future of the public realm in the Capital. It featured 50 schemes including Daniel Libeskind's V&A Spiral, the London Eye, a floating lido on the River Thames and Tate Modern. Users could explore the interiors of proposed buildings and view before and after photographs to see how new buildings would alter the existing landscape of London. 

London 2000 toured subsequently to Hamburg, Philadelphia and Berlin.

Supported by


Argent Group
Hayes Davidson
The Rayne Foundation