The university campus is dominated by a concrete structure dating from the 1960s by van den Broek & Bakema.
Four toll gates of this type have been erected along the Amiens-Boulogne motorway.
The new station for the Olympic Park is sunk below ground level and manifests itself outwardly only in the form of its 200 ? 35 m elevated roof structure.
The museum documents the history of rowing, the Thames and the town of Henley.
This simple timber skeleton-frame building forms a reception point and gateway to an extensive park.