|||||TateHindle replaced dark-brown brick cladding with high-performance glass|The refurbished buildings uses 40% less energy|Removal of the rooftop plant room, created scope for another floor|Total floorspace is now approximately 2700sq m||
16 Jul 2014

TateHindle reclads 1980s office block in Holborn

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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