||||||||||Alphabeta, Studio RHE’s reworking of a prime City building into a hip office|Bold branding lets you know you’re not hanging with the squares anymore|A bike ramp runs into Alphabeta’s basement cycle storage and changing area|Meeting rooms cantilever over Alphabeta’s nine-storey atrium|Exposed ceilings and an industrial feel hope to induce creative tenants|Built in the 1960s, Maple House will get a new facade and an extra storey|BuckleyGrayYeoman’s proposed plans for Maple House, on City Road|Epworth House, BuckleyGrayYeoman”s second development in the area|Foster + Partners’ Principal Place, sited where Shoreditch meets the City||

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