Why the merits of the Heron Tower are so blindingly obvious
So great is the media prejudice against tall buildings that it has become more or less impossible to write in favour of KPF's Heron project without prefacing one's words with a lengthy restatement of the advantages of tall buildings in general - rather like being forced to explain the principle of the internal combustion engine before road-testing the new Mini. Nonetheless, I did my duty in this respect a fortnight ago and now I want to get into the meat of the case for 110 Bishopsgate.
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