The concept of the new building on Hoxton Square, London is based on the idea of a prism and is designed by the Zaha Hadid Architects.
The proposal by Zaha Hadid is covering 3000 sqm and replaces two old buildings. It has a two level gallery, commercial office spaces and eight residential flats. The form of the building is innovative and playful, manipulating daylight and bringing a fresh spirit to the neighborhood. The 15m front area has a footbridge connecting the public walkway to the ground floor entrance of the gallery.
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