Centre Point was for many people a symbol of everything that was wrong with British architecture and property development. Its design was considered ugly, and it lay empty for more than 15 years as that was considered more profitable than leasing the space. Now however, Centre Point is a grade II listed building. This virtual […]
Centre Point: here you can read about Centre Point in virtual tours and see examples of Centre Point 360 virtual tours.
A great reference point to regain ones bearings during a shopping trip along London’s Oxford Street, Centre Point has been a fixture on New Oxford Street for almost 50 years. The building has always polarised opinions with regard to its architecture. Be it an eyesore or beautiful example of Brutalist architecture, Architect Richard Seifert’s Centre Point is here to stay following its granting of grade II listed building status in 1995.