||Hufton Crow|Hufton Crow||||||The revamped 25 Soho Square treads the line between corporate and cool|A polished new entrance area now sits on the same level as the street|Exposed ducts, yes – but “more designed and considered” than usual|Extending the top floors creates some rare outdoor space for workers|199 Bishopsgate’s onyx wall replicates the quality of nearby buildings|The new double-height reception area gives the entrance some gravitas|A more austere facade sets the building apart from its Broadgate neighbours|Moving the entrance creates a desirable Bishopsgate address||
18 Feb 2013

Go Retro

Words by James McLachlan

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