||||||One Eagle Place is a modern counterpart to its opposite neighbour|Richard Deacon’s cornice, influenced by brash, colourful Piccadilly Circus|Stephen Cox’s mystical figurative sculpture|Blood-red detailing in reception stands out against white walls|The classically inspired facade on the Eagle Place side of the building||
09 Oct 2014

One Eagle Place by Eric Parry

Words by Dominic Lutyens

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