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Trees Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Trees collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Restormel Castle EHC01_047_0037
Restormel Castle EHC01_047_0037
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Keyham House DP247414
Keyham House DP247414
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Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828
Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828
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Savernake flock DIX02_01_241
Savernake flock DIX02_01_241
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Eltham snowscapes DP073275
Eltham snowscapes DP073275
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Eltham snowscapes DP073273
Eltham snowscapes DP073273
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Snowscapes DP040436
Snowscapes DP040436
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St Margarets York AA42_08685
St Margarets York AA42_08685
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Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828 Featured Image

Finsbury Avenue JLP01_10_31828

Finsbury Avenue, Broadgate, City of London. A view towards the north west corner of the newly formed Finsbury Avenue Square showing the office buildings at numbers 1, 2 and 3 Finsbury Avenue.
The Finsbury Avenue complex was a three phase speculative office development by Rosehaugh Greycoat Estates in anticipation of the deregulation of the financial markets in 1986. It aimed to entice potential tenants in the financial services industry to a fringe area on the edge of the City through high quality design and construction. Designed by Peter Foggo of Arup Associates, Laing secured the management contract for the construction of each phase in turn. Work on phase one, 1 Finsbury Avenue began in December 1982 and was completed by September 1984 followed by phase two, 3 Finsbury Avenue, from October 1985 to December 1986 with work beginning on phase three, 2 Finsbury Avenue in January 1987 and complete by April 1988. The design for each of the three buildings followed a "shell and core" approach incorporating flexibility in the internal construction and allowing simple reconfiguration of space according to tenants needs. Laing undertook several contracts to refit office space in each of the buildings in subsequent years

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