KPF is Set to Build a Mixed-Use Structure in London

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Aug 8, 2014
References: kpf & designboom
The architecture firm KPF will be building a tower in London intended for a variety of uses, from offices to retail space. The design is notable due to its facade, which has certain irregularities throughout.

Apart from the irregularities, the building is also made up of two connected rectangular sections. This shape makes the most of the space allowed for the design, and also allows it to stand out from the surrounding architecture. To try and have people connected with nature more in the busy city of London, the designers are putting a garden on the top section of the building, which will hopefully provide some sense of relaxation for individuals.

KPF is currently in the process of planning for this design, which will hopefully start this year.

Photo Credits: designboom, kpf