The Architects Who Made London with Maxwell Hutchinson
2 March 2009
Richard Seifert, Centre Point, New Oxford Street Photo: Royal Academy of Arts, London
Controversial but unmissable, Richard Seifert's designs brought a modernist aesthetic to commercial building during the booming 1960s office market. His mark was made on London’s skyline with Centrepoint and the NatWest Tower (now Tower 42), which was for a long time the tallest building in the City of London. James Dunnett discusses Seifert’s vast output of commercial work.
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