Centre Point Car Park, London, United Kingdom. Architect: MICA, 2019.
|:||Car park graphic pattern reflection in polished Jensen Interceptor chassis. Centre Point Car Park, London, United Kingdom. Architect: MICA, 2019.|
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|:||Centre Point Car Park|
|:||Centre Point Car Park, London, United Kingdom. Architect: MICA, 2019.|
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|:||MICA have led the restoration of the 1960’s Centre Point complex designed originally by Richard Seifert, a well known Swiss-British architect who famously owned a Jensen FF. The latest area of the complex to be completed is a new car park in the basement below Centre Point, which provides space for 18 cars, accessed by car lifts from a dedicated entrance on Earnshaw Street. The cars chosen were 1967 FF Vignale Chassis 6, which has been subject to a full restoration by the expert team at Cropredy Bridge and is a concours regular, and a 1974 Interceptor Mark 3|
|:||Centre Point Car Park; architecture; Car Park; Europe; United Kingdom; London; 2019; 21st Century; MICA; Nobody; Full Frame; close-up detail; day; interior; Richard Seifert; car lover; vintage car; car classic; Centre Point complex; graphic paving pattern; Listed building; concrete frame; Jensen Interceptor; 1974; Interceptor Mark 3; graphic pattern; fluorescent lighting; glow; colour grey; colour blue; exposed ceiling; side view; column; concrete column; wall graphics; diagonale|