At the base of Centre Point in London, MICA has designed a new public square and retail space that celebrates the rich heritage and new future of the Grade II listed building. The architects paved over a road to make way for pedestrian friendly space on the busy New Oxford street junction also creating a new glass box for retail, opening up the original architecture at ground level for all to enjoy. MICA and photographer Andy Stagg documented the shell of the ground to second floor of the building, revealing the materials and redesign of the space before fit out.
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