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Piers Gough reveals 'Odalisk' tower for Croydon

Piers Gough has told the world that ‘the days of drab grey buildings are at an end’ after unveiling his new £350 million high-rise scheme for Croydon.

The mixed-use development, designed by Gough's practice CZWG for developer Guildhouse-Rosepride, features two ‘linked’ towers of 35 storeys and 51 storeys.

Named the 'Odalisk', the project will house a four-star hotel, 100 serviced apartments, 25,000m2 of office space, 360 flats and a new members gym.

Gough said: ‘I am delighted to see the unveiling of Odalisk, which I believe will play an important role in shaping the future of Croydon.

‘Odalisk will act as an inspiration to a new future.'

Part of Croydon’s 2020 Vision, the scheme aims to ‘energise the development of Lansdowne Road and support the wider regeneration planned for Wellesley Road’.

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