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Located at the junction of New Oxford Street and High Holborn in central London, Commonwealth House has been refurbished and extended by architect Orms Architecture Today, Architecture Magazines, Oxford Street London, Architects Journal, New Oxford, Unusual Buildings, London Landmarks, Brick Tiles, Facade House

Spirit of the Age | Architecture Today

Building Orms has sympathetically updated and extended a 1930s London landmark

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Orms wins go-ahead for Commonwealth House refurb

The building, designed by architect and planner Henry Philip Cart De Lafontaine, features a curved corner sandwiched between High Holborn and New Oxford

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Orms wins go-ahead for Commonwealth House refurb

The building, designed by architect and planner Henry Philip Cart De Lafontaine, features a curved corner sandwiched between High Holborn and New Oxford

The much-awaited shortlist for the 2016 RIBA London Regional Awards is revealed, featuring Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners's Y-Cube among others Architecture Wallpaper, Modern Architecture, London 2016, Wallpaper Magazine, Cladding, Exterior Design, Brick, Awards, Places

Revealed: RIBA London 2016 Awards shortlist

The schemes in the running include projects by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, DSDHA, Eric Parry Architects, Coffey Architects and Walters & Cohen.

 Glazed lava bricks and cladding by Pyrolave UK. Glazed Brick, Brick Architecture, Arch Model, Brick Tiles, Mosaic Tiles, Mosaics, Brickwork, Exterior Colors, Cladding

Glazed bricks--tiles

Bricks and tiles are highly customisable, with sizes from the smallest mosaic tiles to large format tiling panels, and bespoke shapes and colours. Projects with bricks can incorporate complex and unusual shapes, corners and curves.