Practise what you preach
Perched above the attention-seeking brashness of Nike Town and Topshop, lies an oasis of refined good taste.HOK's new Oxford Circus offices have a chequered history. Designed in 1912 by Sir Henry Tanner as a department store, the building was used as a recording studio by George Martin and the Beatles in the 1960s.
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