This giclee print is inspired by the Centre Point Tower located Central London, UK.
The Centre Point is a building in Central London, comprising a 34-storey tower. It occupies 101–103 New Oxford Street and 5–24 St Giles High Street, WC1, with a frontage also to Charing Cross Road, close to St Giles Circus and almost directly above Tottenham Court Road tube station.
The building is 117 m high and it has 34 floors. Constructed from 1963 to 1966, it was one of the first skyscrapers in London, and as of 2009 was the city's joint 27th-tallest building. It stood empty from the time of its completion until 1975, and was briefly occupied by housing activists in 1974. Since 1995 it has been a Grade II listed building.
The building was designed by George Marsh of the architects R. Seifert and Partners, with engineers Pell Frischmann, and was constructed by Wimpey Construction from 1963 to 1966. The precast segments were formed of fine concrete, utilising crushed Portland stone; they were made by Portcrete Limited at Portland, Isle of Portland, Dorset.
Full-colour giclée print on MUSEO Max 250gsm heavyweight archive paper, PH neutral, elegant smooth matte finish. Unframed.
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