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High-Tech bar brings Centrepoint into the 1990s

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Stephen Donald Architects is turning part of a bold symbol of the 1960s, London's Centre Point, into a cafe, bar and high-tech work club.

The trendy glass-fronted Club 101 will be entered through a revolving door, have a mezzanine, curving wood drinks bars and Charles Eames chairs, and white concrete stairs at the back. During the day, the two-storey building will be for laptop computer users. At night djs will blast out music till the early hours.

The £500,000 project is for music and festival promoter the Mean Fiddler Organisation. The street-level space, a former bank, is under a 50m glass bridge linking Seifert's Grade II-listed tower with maisonettes behind. It is due to be finished in August.

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