Build largely over the subterranean parts of London's Liverpool Street Station Broadgate is the largest pedestrianised neighbourhood in Central London: a diverse community connecting innovation and finance, and a public arena for new food, retail and culture. Connected to the busy transport hub of Liverpool Street station and surrounded by Shoreditch, Spitalfields, Old Street and the City the main building of 100 Liverpool Street/Broadgate houses shops, cafes and office space.
While the opening fell right into the pandemic restrictions, the newly designed area is finally open to public. Entering the building one is amazed by the sweeping staircases, balustrades and the amount of sunlight entering the building from all sides. The glazing as almost exclusively curved and thus adds to the overall design concept. Finiglas was one of the partners facade builder Colorminium relied upon to finish the unique look.
For an inspiration of how the finished atrium looked just before opening, head over to Colorminium's project page: colorminium.com/projects/100-liverpool-street-atrium/