Battersea Power Station stands at 113m high making it the tallest building in Wandsworth. The building was completed in 1953 and still is the largest brick building in Europe. The building was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who also designed the Tate Modern and the British Red Telephone Box! Power generation at the station ceased in 1983 and the building began to fall into disrepair and dereliction. However work began to reconstuct the Power Station in May 2005. The building was famously on the front cover of Pink Floyds Album, Animals, where a large inflatable pig was attached to one of the four chimneys!