Lifschutz Davidson has completed this office scheme in London's Covent Garden, to be named the 'Davidson Building'after the practice's late founding director Ian Davidson. The 4,300m2 building, on a confined urban site in the heart of a conservation area, is inserted behind a freestanding retained Edwardian facade.The new building comprises basement and ground-floor retail units and five upper office floors.A 3m glass-topped atrium, which separates the new building from the original ...
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