|||||||||||||The understated master of London architecture|CGI of the flagship art’otel building in Shoreditch|The 11-storey Unison HQ on Euston Road, which aims to fit in with surroungin Grade II listed buildings|The revived Chesham House office building on Regent Street|Mixed-use office and residential development for Mitsui Fudosan on Hanover Square|Gallery space in Howick Place, Westminster|Illuminated cladding at the London HQ of clothing firm Reiss|CGI plans for a mixed-use development at Potters Fields|An office project replacing two post-war buildings in Baker Street|The Dover Street office development, which integrates with a listed streetscape dating from 1683|Inside the Portland stone Belgrave House building, near Victoria station, London|An early masterplan for the controversial Chelsea Barracks development||
20 Jan 2011

Michael Squire: understated master of architecture

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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