By Ken Allinson
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41 The City 1 Moor Lane, EC2 Sir Denys Lasdun, Peter Softley & Partners, 1991 Tube: Barbican 38 Milton Gate Like the National Theatre, Milton Gate betrays Denys Lasdun’s fascination with diagonals and castles, as well as a peculiar lack of interest in entrances. m. office building, cut by a diagonal route leading into an inner atrium, the exterior being entirely clad in green, double-walled glazing. It might be an intriguing technical and aesthetic exercise with both literal and metaphorical ‘green’ ambitions, but the design fails to appreciate the message it sends out: corporate defensiveness easily engenders a consequent sense of alienation.
His baroque wedding cake, designed as the managerial home of the PLA, stands high and proud, looking over the former, busy but troubled dock areas, as if its imperialist bombast might bear upon the workers even as its massing proudly welcomed ships into the Pool of London beneath the Tower of London. Neptune looks down upon the scene from his niche on high and the street level offers ‘grand manner’ gestures that are attractively urbane in scale. A touch of that imperialist bombast still exists on an upper level in this building; a suite of ornate executive dining and meeting rooms which remind one of how some people lived in the City until comparatively recently.
London's Contemporary Architecture +: a map-based guide by Ken Allinson