Alan Morrissey, a diploma student at Oxford Brookes, produced this design for a new headquarters building called 'Interface', which reinvents the Institute of Patentees and Inventors at Westminster, London. He sought an architecture that could rationalise the variant behaviour of openness and secrecy.
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