The Spaces
Miles Thompson

London’s Centre Point emerges from its epic transformation

Love it or loathe it, Centre Point is among central London’s most prominent landmarks. For three years the former office block has been under covers while Conran + Partners have been turning it into a new 82-home residential tower.


The thundering Grade II-listed Brutalist structure was designed by Swiss architect Richard Seifert and completed in 1966. It was among the city’s first tall buildings, made using precast structural components – then in its relative infancy – but the 34-storey office block was also chronically under-occupied, and was often referred to as ‘London’s empty skyscraper.’

Developer Almacantar bought Centre Point in 2010 and enlisted Conran + Partners to overhaul the building for its new role.

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