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Edwin Heathcote

Residential conversion revives London’s Centre Point

Dating from a long-gone age when towers were controversial, the 33-storey Centre Point was headline news from the day it was designed to half a century later, when it was finally absorbed into London’s collective consciousness, not as an eyesore but as a structure of elegant, elongated beauty.

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Centre Point was the product of a very particular moment when developer Harry Hyams and architect “Colonel” Richard Seifert, along with his design architect, George Marsh, were able to trade height — unique in central London — for the provision of an improved road junction. This was the moment when traffic engineering was seen as the great good, and the developer got his way by building a dark, unpleasant traffic island and bus interchange which blighted the northern edge of Soho for decades.

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