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London’s latest: Can of Ham
London’s bustling business district near London Bridge, could soon be host to another unique architectural piece – 60-70 St Mary’s Axe. Not to be outdone by its prospective neighbour the Gherkin, the building has been dubbed the Can of Ham in honour of its distinctive half oval shape.
Designed by London-based Foggo Associates the building, whilst distinctive, has been designed as an asset to its local surroundings rather than London at large. Richard Constable, architect at Foggo Associates, advised that a previous incarnation was designed to be taller, but having... >>>