The proposed development naturally drew attention from the local populace. 'They were concerned there was a three-storey monstrosity going to be built," explains Hawkins\Brown's Roger Hawkins. In actuality, there was no reason to worry as the practice used the gradient of the site to disguise the building's mass.
Published in On Office, June 2013 p97-98
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