1. Riverside Museum :- The Riverside Museum is the current location of the Glasgow Museum of Transport. It is at Pointhouse Quay in the Glasgow Harbour regeneration district of Glasgow, Scotland. The building was opened in June 2011. On 18 May 2013, the museum was announced as the Winner of the 2013 European Museum of the Year Award.
2. The Royal Pavilion :- The Royal Pavilion is also known as the Brighton Pavilion. It is a Grade I listed former royal residence located in Brighton, England. Beginning in 1787, it was built in three stages as a seaside retreat for George, Prince of Wales who became the Prince Regent in 1811. It is built in the Indo-Saracenic style prevalent in India for most of the 19th century.
3. St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel and King's Cross Clocktower :- The St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel is a hotel in London, England, forming the frontispiece of St Pancras railway station. It opened in 2011, and occupies much of the former Midland Grand Hotel designed by George Gilbert Scott which opened in 1873 and closed in 1935. The building as a whole including the apartments is known as St Pancras Chamber. It was used as railway offices between 1935 and 1980s. Its clock tower stands at 82m tall, with more than half its height usable.
4. The Clyde Auditorium or "The Armadillo :- The SEC Armadillo is an auditorium located in Glasgow, Scotland. It is one of three venues on the Scottish Event Campus, near the River Clyde. It is adjacent to the SEC Centre. Plans for a new building to increase the capacity of the SECC complex were originated in 1997.
5. London's Grade I-listed British Library:- The British Library is the largest public building to be built in the UK in the 20th century. The British Library is once to be blamed by Prince Charles as a building suiting an academy for secret policemen, has been awarded the highest heritage honor, Grade I-listed-building status.
6. M by Montcalm building:- The newest addition to The Montcalm group of hotels in central London. M By Montcalm Shoreditch Tech City is a contemporary-style, 18-storey hotel. It contains 269 rooms, meeting rooms, a spa and gym, two bars and two restaurants.
7. Dunmore Pineapple :- The Dunmore Pineapple, a folly ranked "as the most bizarre building in Scotland". It stands in Dunmore Park, near Airth in Stirlingshire, Scotland. Dunmore Park is the ancestral home of the Earls of Dunmore which includes a large country mansion, Dunmore House, and grounds which contain, among other things. It has two large walled gardens.
8. The Convention Centre in Dublin:- The Convention Centre Dublin is a convention centre located in the Dublin Docklands, Ireland. The Convention centre overlooks the River Liffey at Spencer Dock. It was designed by the American-Irish architect Kevin Roche. The CCD was shortlisted for the Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards – Engineering Project of the Year 2010.
9. The Sage Centre :- Sage Gateshead is a concert venue and also a centre for musical education. It is located in Gateshead on the south bank of the River Tyne, in the North East of England. It was opened in 2004 and is occupied by the North Music Trust.
10. The Royal Liver Building :- The Royal Liver Building is a Grade I listed building in Liverpool, England. Today the Royal Liver Building is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city of Liverpool and is home to two famed Liver Birds that watch over the city and the sea. Legend has it that were these two birds to fly away, then the city would cease to exist.