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Sheppard Robson unveils City scheme with ‘largest living wall in Europe’


So no image of the existing 'dated and inefficient' office building, and no idea as to whether refurbishment might be feasible - and a great deal more sustainable than what might in reality be akin to a green 'wolf in sheep's clothing'. Hasn't the AJ (inter alia) been questioning the wisdom of destroying rather than re-purposing and reusing buildings, recently? And is 'iconic' a new tool to be used in justifying new architecture?

Posted date

11 October, 2019

Posted time

10:44 am