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That ceiling feeling

It’s eyes to the skies at Bracton House in London’s Holborn, whose £1.5m, six-month refurbishment included Armstrong Ceilings’ Microline grid system suspended ceiling. Stavros Nissiotis, who specified it for the 2000m2 office building, first saw it installed at the nearby Deutsche Bank offices. The micro-perforated tiles have been installed throughout, alongside the building’s original huge arched windows- part of its unashamedly postmodern facade.

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