A new limestone cladding was added.
Large bush-hammered panels, divided by natural finished panels, together form a composition that is both natural and calming.
The building elevation has three distinct parts, the crown, the main tower, and the podium.
The crown enhances the tower by lights hidden in the soffit.
Careful detailing incorporating aluminium gives the edges of overhangs a clean and light finish, contrasting to the the heavy edges given by the stonework.
The podium windows are fitted with glass parapets and fully operable folding French windows, enabling diners to have closer contact with the street life.
It gives restaurants full advantage of natural ventilation and lighting, allowing a unique dining experience.
To improve proportions, windows were combined to produce a rectangular shape, accentuating the verticality of the building.
Aluminium rods mounted at the bottom of every rectangle, highlight the facade with light and shadow.
Proposed Bridge Connection at 88 Gloucester Road