Bankside Central, 76-80 Southwark Street :: Shared Description

76-80 Southwark Street, London, SE1, is also known as Bankside Central. The building dates from 2001 and provides office accommodation in what is described as a “warehouse-style property”.
Bankside Central is one of a number of properties developed by the Manhattan Loft Corporation. The architect was Piers Gough of CZWG, who himself described the building as “not a great building”. Nevertheless, the Independent newspaper described the building as, “good and significant architecture; the kind of building that suggests that radical alternatives to status quo, battery-worker buildings can be both startlingly cheeky and user-friendly”.
The building is striking for its jutting corners, acid-coloured fenestration and overhanging top storey, making it a magnet for photographers.
Keywords: Bankside Central, Southwark, Piers Gough, architecture, architect
by Patrick Mackie
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TQ3280 : Bankside Central by Patrick Mackie
TQ3280 : 76-80 Southwark Street by Stephen Craven
TQ3280 : Bankside Central by Patrick Mackie
TQ3280 : Bankside Central by Patrick Mackie
TQ3280 : Bankside Central by Patrick Mackie
TQ3280 : Fenestration, Bankside Central by Patrick Mackie

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Created: Fri, 30 Apr 2010, Updated: Sun, 6 Jun 2010

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