Daniel Shearing|Daniel Shearing|Daniel Shearing|Daniel Shearing|Daniel Shearing|Daniel Shearing|Daniel Shearing||Derby’s council chamber; its timber ‘fins’ were inspired by radiogram|The floor extends under the drum-shaped chamber, maximising space|The chamber seating has been reconfigured to be more democratic|A sole survivor from the original fit out – the grand staircase|Corstophine + Wright’s glazed entrance contrasts with the red-brick original|The bridges to the main chamber double as comfortable breakout areas|Plastic sheep graze the roof of a meeting room in one of the atriums||
24 Jun 2013

Derby Council HQ by Corstorphine + Wright

Words by James McLachlan

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