Green and curvaceous in the City

There are curves aplenty and wonderful garden terraces throughout this amazing build in the City of London. It has been developed by British Land and sits directly next to Liverpool Street Station and Broadgate. It was rebuilt and extended from an existing 1980’s building and designed by the wonderful Hopkins Architects. They stripped it back and designed vast floors of much more open flexible office space, a truly spectacular elliptical atrium, wonderful terraces with remarkable views as well as retail units and walkways to navigate you through and around the huge development. What a project.

So clever how the swooping green terraces lead the eye down echoing the circular arena of Broadgate Circle with it’s abundance of places to enjoy something to eat or drink. As usual I took way too many photos…. it’s such a mammoth building with so so many lovely details and elements to capture but hopefully the few selected images below give a sense of the building.

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