10 Fenchurch Avenue Building London, Generali Insurance Company Offices UK, Design, Images
10 Fenchurch Avenue
City of London Office Building for Generali, England – design by Eric Parry Architects
19 Sep 2015
10 Fenchurch Avenue Building
Design: Eric Parry Architects
10 Fenchurch Avenue
Eric Parry Architects’ new office development for Italy’s largest insurance company Generaliat 10 Fenchurch Avenue is a 420,000 sq ft, 15-storey office building that will provide commercial office space, retail use at the lower levels, a public passageway at street level and a publicly accessible roof garden, which was designed with German landscape architects Latz + Partner.
10 Fenchurch Avenue comprises retail and office space to be contained within a volume of minimal yet sharp geometries with a crystalline appearance that constantly changes as it is activated by daylight and the weather conditions. It will be an iconic building with a dynamic urban presence that will be viewed down the City’s many lanes and streets; a building of a hundred views.
The building will also incorporate a rooftop garden; a unique, open-air area for the public and tenants alike that offers panoramic views of London from within the Square Mile, and across the City to the Tower of London and beyond. With a lively café set within a uniquely landscaped environment, 10 Fenchurch Avenue’s roof garden will be an urban oasis to be appreciated both from within as well as from the taller surrounding building.
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