St Peter’s House, Manchester

Even in the morning gloom, it looks good. I like the slightly bowed shape, and it sits well opposite Central Library (which, I was surprised to learn, dates from the 1930s). And clad in Portland stone! No expense spared – which is why it still looks good.

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Designed by Ansell & Bailey, completed 1958

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