Image title: Renovated Empress State Tower Earl's Court London

Renovated Empress State Tower Earl

London Swiss Re Building London Hammersmith The Ark buildingThe Empress State Tower dates from the early 1960's and was disused for a number of years. It was completely refurbished and reopened in 2003. The refurbishment cost 80m and involved the addition of an extension to the south, a three floor addition to the roof and a revolving cafe at the very top. The refurbishment was carried out by Wilkinson Eyre architects and won a RIBA architectural award in 2004. Related images: London CityPoint tower

I remember this massive office building from the 1960's when it had a small glass section on the roof similar to an airport control tower. It seemed very futuristic and made quite an impression on me.


Renovated Empress State Tower Earl's Court London



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