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* Architecture: 6 Bevis Marks by Fletcher Priest Architects

Posted by the editors on Saturday, 17 March 2012

Architecture: 6 Bevis Marks by Fletcher Priest Architects: “..The scheme reclaims an unused service area space on the ground level and transforms it into a new public plaza, doubling the current public space and enhancing important pedestrian routes through and around the site. Stepped volumes create 10,000 square-feet of private outdoor roof terraces. Cantilevered, south facing balconies protect the interior form solar gain, while overlooking the new plaza below, as wall-to-wall depths are optimized to achieve maximum daylight penetration..”  Adjacent to Norman Foster’s Swiss Re Building (The Gherkin), public spaces, roof garden, impressive urban views..

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image: © Fletcher Priest Architects; article: Rosenfield , Karissa . “6 Bevis Marks / Fletcher Priest Architects” 16 Mar 2012. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/217615&gt;

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