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Murphy Philipps and Tom Dixon plan members' club for Centre Point

A new members' club is to be built at the top of Richard Seifert’s Centre Point building in the heart of London’s West End.

The 1966 concrete tower, which has slowly become a landmark on London’s skyline, will now boast a new club called Paramount, designed by Murphy Philipps Architects in association with lighting designer Tom Dixon.

The scheme is expected to be completed by October, and will open its doors to members from film, law, media, academia, fashion, publishing, finance and theatre.

Spread over three floors, the 31st floor will act as an event space, while the 32nd and 33rd floors will be the hub of the club, boasting a champagne and cocktail bar.

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