The Vanishing Sugar Houses

Wednesday 29 May, 2019.

LONDON 1840’s founder Andrew Byrne gave a talk on the vanished sugar houses of Georgian London to the Friends of the Georgian Society of Jamaica.

For more information, visit the Friends of the Georgian Society of Jamaica's website.

London Festival of Architecture

Friday 1 June to Saturday 30 June, 2019. 10am to 5pm daily.

The Greenwich section of the model was on display at Greenwich Visitor Centre, The Old Royal Naval College, throughout June as part of the London Festival of Architecture.

For more information, about this event please visit the London Festival of Architecture's website.

Greenwich Historical Society

Wednesday 28 February, 2018 at 7.30pm.

Andrew Byrne took the audience on a 'virtual' walk around Greenwich in 1840. The completed Greenwich panel of the LONDON 1840 model was on display.

This event took place at James Wolfe School, Royal Hill, Greenwich.

'Mapping the Hamlets'

Saturday 15 April to Thursday 21 September, 2017.

'Mapping the Hamlets'. The East End section of the LONDON 1840 model was displayed at this exhibition of a selection of historic maps from the magnificent collection of the Tower Hamlets Archives.

This event took place at 277 Bancroft Road.

Hugh Cullum Architects

May to July, 2017.

The Bloomsbury Model was exhibited as part of a window display to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Conservation Areas.

This event took place at 61 Judd Street, London.

Alan Baxter Gallery

Wednesday 23 November, 2016.

Dan Cruickshank, Sarah Milne from the Survey of London and Andrew Byrne gave talks about 18th and 19th century East London at this packed event. The built East End section of the LONDON 1840 model was on display for two weeks prior and on the evening.

This event took place at 75 Cowcross Street, London.

Trinity Buoy Wharf

September, 2014.

The Bloomsbury Model was exhibited during London Open House weekend.

This event took place at Orchard Place, London.

Alan Baxter and Associates

April, 2014.

The Bloomsbury Model was exhibited for two weeks in the Reception Area.

This event took place at 75 Cowcross Street, London.

Wellington Arch

Wednesday 4 December 2013 to Sunday 2 February, 2014.

The Bloomsbury Model was exhibited at English Heritage's 'Almost Lost' Exhibition, together with its augmented reality app developed by The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), University College London. This app, triggered by markers placed on the model, shows three layers displayed on the hand-held tablet positioned over the model: 1840 - an animation showing horses and carriages passing along the streets, Regency dandies walking by and smoke rising from the chimneys. 1945 - the RAF aerial photographic survey of the area showing war damage. PRESENT DAY - the 3D Blom photographic montage of the Denys Lasdun buildings that replaced part of the area in the 1960s and 1970s - the SOAS Library and the Institute of Education.

This event took place at Hyde Park Corner, London.