20 Gresham Street
20 Gresham Street marks a significant transformation when compared to other recently developed buildings in the area. Located diagonally opposite the City of London’s Guildhall entrance at the corner of Milk Street, the building completes the redevelopment of the Western end of Gresham Street which has been completely redefined by new buildings in the past few years. The building reveals its true complexity when approached from the Bank of England at the Eastern end of Gresham Street. The Milk Street/Gresham Street corner is highly visible, due to the geography of the street and the placement of neighbouring buildings. It has a distinctive colouration and its form is curvilinear at roof level. The building marks this important corner by extending the roof form to the ground and gradually sets back over the full height of the curved facade.

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