Nick Hufton|Nick Hufton|Nick Hufton|Nick Hufton|Nick Hufton|Nick Hufton||Algorthym of black and red dots forms clouds on the northern elevation|5 Merchant Square rests elegantly at the end of the Grand Union Canal in Paddington|Constellations of aluminium boxes break up the facade and increase the floorplate by 2000 sq m|View from the West: The Grand Union Canal ends in an enclave|A soaring 15-storey atrium is clad in glass and perforated diamond-shaped aluminium panels|Balconies in each triangle democratise the layout||
20 Jan 2011

Mossessian & Partners in Paddington Basin

Words by James McLachlan

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