|||||||Usable roof space in central London is a rarity, as this cityscape shows|Fletcher Priest’s 6 Bevis Marks, a 1980s block rebuilt from its foundations|The roof garden’s EFTE canopy makes in an all-weather space|Balconies on the south-facing facade help prevent solar gain|The facade’s green-tinted glass grid contrasts with the clear glazing|A balustrade further capitalises on the views across the city||
13 Oct 2014

Fletcher Priest’s office rooftop oasis in the city

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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