These structures created a series of seven balcony-like features on the first storey of this towerblock of offices. Each structure had several vertical bands of relief featuring organic textures and geometric shapes on its surface.
The building was built as a switching centre for the West Midlands. It was only partly occupied and shortly afterwards changes in communications technology made the whole building surplus to BT's requirements. It remained empty for a considerable period and was eventually sold to Howard Johnson Hotels. The building was gutted and converted to a hotel. The process of conversion included remodelling the elevations and the removal of the decorative GRP panels.
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