Spectacular projects are changing the London skyline, like the Difa tower at Bishopsgate. Extraordinary new architecture will rapidly change the city.
“We need to make a building that doesn’t shut people out, one that responds to local as well as city-wide needs” says Renzo Piano, architect of the London Bridge Tower.
Six floors of public space at the mid levels will provide a wide range of facilities. These floors will boast views on a par with those from the top of the London Eye. Visitors, along with residents, office staff and hotel guests, will all benefit from The Shard’s strong mix of boutiques, restaurants, bars, health spa, exhibition space and conference facilities. More news at www.skyscrapernews.com