Bucklersbury House, Queen Victoria Street / Cannon Street, City of London: the main entrance at night with engraved glass by John Hutton depicting the legend of Mithras
|Architect/Designer||Campbell-Jones, Owen (b. 1894)|
|Hutton, John (1906-1978)|
|Artist/Photographer||Maltby, John (1910-1980)|
|Library Reference||Maltby 33/ABN (MAL37651)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Credit||John Maltby / RIBA Collections|
|Subject||Entrances ; Decorative glass ; Steel ; Concrete ; Glazing ; Office buildings|
NOTES: At 15 storeys, Bucklersbury House was the first tall slab to be built following the lifting of restrictions on buildings above 30 metres after the second world war. Demolition of this building and its sister building Temple Court began in 2010 to make way for the new development by Atelier Foster Nouvel to be known as 'Walbrook Square'.
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