|||||||Robert Adam’s six restored townhouses, now linked to a mews complex|A glazed second-storey bridge links the two buildings above the atrium|A glazed second-storey bridge links the two buildings above the atrium|The building is already being hailed as an exemplar of its site-sympathetic design|In the elegantly understated reception, the proportions do the talking|A contemporary glass stairwell frames the ornate roundel in the ceiling||
08 Sep 2014

Fordell and Corran HQ by Morgan McDonnell

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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