Tim Soar, Rob Parrish and Lee Mawdsley|Tim Soar, Rob Parrish and Lee Mawdsley|Tim Soar, Rob Parrish and Lee Mawdsley|Tim Soar, Rob Parrish and Lee Mawdsley|Tim Soar, Rob Parrish and Lee Mawdsley|Tim Soar, Rob Parrish and Lee Mawdsley|Tim Soar, Rob ParrishThe roof level offers panoramic views across the City|Canted windows on the top floor were inspired by the reflection of trees|The fifth floor was seen as a white box crowning a black plinth|The double-height internal glazing and exposed concrete finish are the building’s defining features|An installation by Ian McChesney Architects extends up to the roof|Artwork by Sachiyo Nishimura in front of the ground-floor reception desk|A meeting room on the newly created fifth floor|Sunken break-out areas are a feature of the atrium. All lighting provided by Zumtobel|Exposed concrete gives an air of calmness and humility||
16 Mar 2011

The Angel building by AHMM

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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