Description of St Olaf House
St Olaf's House is a commercial building on the south bank of river Thames, London SE1.
St Olaf House houses the London Bridge Hospital's Consulting and Administration Rooms. It was built as the Headquarters for Hay's Wharf in 1931 by the designs of H.S. Goodhart-Rendel. St Olaf House is a listed building with its well-known river façade and Doulton faience panels by Frank Dobson, showing dock life and the unloading of goods, ‘Capital, Labour and Commerce'.
Source: London Bridge Hospital www.londonbridgehospital.com