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Papa Architects' £3.2m conversion of Point West, a redundant office block in Hayes, Middlesex, has created residential accommodation for 140 homeless people on five floors, reworking the top three floors as offices. Recladding is in silver-finished Paroc Panels - steel-faced rock-wool composite units - a rare use of traditionally industrial cladding for a residential scheme.

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