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Trinity Square

Case Study
Ten Trinity Square, the former home of the Port of London Authority, is highly regarded as one of Britain’s finest buildings. Built in the 1920’s for an astronomical sum of £1million its classical façade pays homage to its trade links with a sculpture of Old Father Thames adorning the roof and holding his trident and pointing East depicting the trade between nations. Today, Chinese investor Reignwood, has entered into a new phase for the building, converting it into platinum luxury apartments.


Published 26/10/2017


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