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Walker Simpson completes 'electrifying' project in Manchester

Walker Simpson Architects has completed this 35m-long, 33kV electricity substation, clad in Corten steel, close to Manchester’s Piccadilly station.

The scheme, in Travis Street, for United Utilities Electrical Services, features a series of staggered planes, which will be backlit at night.

Readers' comments (2)

  • This is sweet. I wonder how it ties in with the Whitehall of the North West scheme which is being proposed next door...

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  • Only just come across this.
    If it was on the beach at Dungeness then I'd say it was full of win. In Manchester......phayle

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