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High-Rise and Small Spaces : Tall Buildings Conference

Jeremy Estop of MJP Architects opened with a consideration of the drivers for building tall, recalling that Louis Sullivan’s ‘form follows function’ maxim has been updated to ‘form follows finance’… Estop neatly showed how earlier MJP work had informed the design of three recent tall buildings by the practice around London – Friendship House in Southwark, Torquay House in Westbourne Green, and Aspire Point at Stratford –especially in terms of people-centred planning.

Jeremy Estop spoke about MJP’s Aspire Point Stratford Tower at the High-Rise and Small Spaces : Tall Buildings Conference – it was published in Architecture Today April 2019

See also the MJP Project pages on the Aspire Point Stratford Tower