Design for the King Square Estate, Finsbury, London: aerial view of housing blocks (including Turnpike House and Rahere House) arranged around the existing church of St Clement, King Square
|Architect/Designer||Emberton, Franck & Tardrew|
|Hardwick, Thomas (1752-1829)|
|Subject||Skyscrapers ; Churches ; Flats ; Towers ; Housing|
NOTES: The church of St Clement, King Square, was built in 1826 by Thomas Hardwick and was previously as St Barnabas. The King Square project was approved in 1961 and consisted of one 20-storey tower (Turnpike House) and one 17-storey tower (Rahere House).
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