Distinctly modern yet influenced by classic architectural design.
While the standard approach to working with heritage buildings is to ensure what’s new is thoroughly differentiated from the original, Fabric House is taking a refreshingly different route. Subtle elements such as curved glass and the arched windows on the skyline give the building a playful and boisterous feel.
Meanwhile, a contrast between the light, creamy base compared to the more heritage-coloured brick at the top celebrates the long-standing masonry exteriors for which the city centre is renowned. Overall, the building will merge the old with the new in a seamless fashion that’s cohesive and whole.
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