100 New Bridge Street

New Bridge Street, London


In a building located between London's Thameslink and Blackfriars stations, “in the shadow of St Paul’s”, south of Ludgate Hill. The building, designed in 1990 and with construction completed in 1992, is by British architects Renton Howard Wood Levin. Brian designed stained glass for the principal elevation to New Bridge Street: the composition forms a narrow band above the shop hoardings to either side of a glazed entranceway, where calligraphic 'ribbons' – which also move across the shopfronts – echo the decorative stonework of the keystone above.