Renzo Piano's third building at London Bridge Quarter approved, will be built adjacent to the Shard

The new building will complement the Shard.

November 11, 2014 |
Renderings courtesy RPBW

ArchDaily reports that Renzo Piano Building Workshop has been granted planning approval for its residential building at London Bridge Quarter—a 26-story apartment tower dubbed Feilden House.

The high-rise will stand directly adjacent to the Shard, and was designed to complement the Shard and Place Buildings. According to ArchDaily, Feilden House will be the third piece of Piano’s London Bridge development and will add “generous public realm amenities” at ground level to the area.

Read the ArchDaily report.

 

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