E&C populate virgin Merchant City territory
July 22 2008
Providing 57 flats at a cost of £6 million the design utilises a tried and tested cascading terrace to bridge less lofty peers, playfully inverted at street level to dramatise entrance.
A copper alloy facade works wonders for solidity, imparting a suitably luxurious sheen to marry well with traditional sandstones. A mettalic finish burnishes a razor profile that the city would do well to adopt in lieu of stone, imbuing sufficient gravitas to bookend Virginia Street and impress The Corinthian.
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