Hufton + Crow x3|||Hufton + Crow x3|Hufton + Crow x3|Hufton + Crow x3||Pelli Clarke Pelli’s reflective mountain of a building on Buckingham Gate|The corner entrance, showing Stuart Haygarth’s spectacle-lens artwork|Quality materials and finish – but will it attract the right tenants?|Derwent London’s latest office, initially built as a factory in the 1930s|The top two floors, with mezzanine level and slanted bank of windows|Polished brass and concrete play off one another in the reception||
24 Jun 2013

62 Buckingham Gate vs. The Buckley Building

Words by James McLachlan

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