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Alsop & Stormer

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Alsop & Stormer has submitted a detailed planning application to rejuvenate the vacant Victoria House building in Bloomsbury Square, which it previously wanted to turn into the home for the Greater London Assembly. This time it is a £60 million project for client Garbe (UK) to create 20,000m 2of office space with new retail units on the ground floor and a restaurant and health club on the lower floors. Will Alsop said meeting rooms will be 'hung' in glass pods accessed via bridges, while externally the building will be cleaned and new canopies and glazing added. Structural engineer is Anthony Hunt Associates.

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