This is no ordinary building, with its front door in the air and roof close to the pavement.
From Covent Garden to Soho and Battersea Power Station, some of London's most historic buildings were once threatened with demolition.
Last year, 250,000 Londoners swapped the bright lights for a new life outside the capital. So where did they go?
A huge ice sculpture of the London skyline, including a miniature version of the London Eye, is being carved out on the Southbank. The artwork is being created from large chunks of ice, and should be finished by around 6:30pm.
100 lots have gone up for auction at Christies, celebrating 100 years of pop culture. the auction is being held entirely online. It runs until 5 December and features costumes, props, photographs, original artwork, instruments and personal items. Estimates for lots range from £800 to £30,000.
Imperial Stormtrooper helmet used in the 1977 movie "Star Wars: A New Hope"
An engraved K-Modified Selmar trumpet once owned by Louis Armstrong
A Givenchy gown worn by Audrey Hepburn in the 1964 movie "Paris When It Sizzles"
A battery made entirely of Brussels sprouts is being used to light an eight foot Christmas tree in central London.
The battery was created by a team of scientists and engineers from The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair and is being used to light up part of London's Southbank.
It was created using five power cells, each holding 200 sprouts, producing 63 volts from the 1,000 Brussels sprouts.