Posted by: brigid benson | April 15, 2015

Mirror, mirror!

There was much kerfuffle when architects developing Liverpool’s world heritage Mersey river waterfront skyline proposed shiny black contemporary buildings alongside the city’s iconic ‘Three Graces’ – a famous trio of elegant white stone classical buildings. However, the bold plans went ahead and here is an intriguing glimpse of one of the new kids on the block, happily reflecting its more classical neighbour.

Beautifully refelcted in black, the white stone Port Of Liverpool Building. The classical design was originally considered as an option for Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral.

Beautifully reflected in black, the white stone Port Of Liverpool Building. The classical design was originally considered as an option for Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral.


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