Coloured terracotta facade detail of Central St Giles. Architects: Renzo Piano Building Workshop with Fletcher Priest. London, 2010.

Central Saint Giles is a mixed-use development in central London. Built at a cost of £450 million and completed in May 2010, it was designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano and is his first work in the UK. Bright green, red, yellow, orange, and two shades of grey terracotta ceramic make up the façade cladding. For more technical info on the cladding see here.

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