Lumiere The New Yorker Gallery - London Bridge
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Blueprint café (as it was known), part of the transformation of the 19th century Thames warehouses, the brainchild of Terrance Conran that he called the Butlers Wharf “gastrodome”. It was also the restaurant that Jeremy Lee (Quo Vadis) made his career. Now Blueprint enters a new chapter as one of London’s premier spaces. The venue is a hidden gem that occupies the gloriously bright space on the first floor of what used to be London’s design museum and is nestled next to Butlers Wharf on the south side of the river Thames next to London’s iconic Tower bridge.The space offers guests some of the best uninterrupted views in the capital, showcasing the Thames, Tower Bridge and much more.It is the perfect venue for corporate and private events as well as being an iconic spot to host your wedding celebrations. During the warmer months, the venue’s glass doors open to create a sense of alfresco dining, while during the winter the floor-to-ceiling windows offer unrivalled views over the Thames. Blueprint has a contemporary feel offering a flexible open space. It comes with the added bonus of an outside terrace bosting alfresco view across the City.Located only 15 minutes from London Bridge the venue is well connected with local transport, your guests could even arrive by boat.
Best views of Tower bridge the city and Canary Wharf, contemporary modern space, natural light