A nine-story walk-up observation tower echoing the shape of the Tower Bridge was the design idea proposed by architects Stan and Jess Field for Capitol Mall. Symbolically extending the river to the mall with appealing water features, it would add a new architectural landmark to the skyline while giving locals and visitors an unprecedented view of the Capitol and the Tower Bridge.
A nine-story walk-up observation tower echoing the shape of the Tower Bridge was the design idea proposed by architects Stan and Jess Field for Capitol Mall. Symbolically extending the river to the mall with appealing water features, it would add a new architectural landmark to the skyline while giving locals and visitors an unprecedented view of the Capitol and the Tower Bridge.
A nine-story walk-up observation tower echoing the shape of the Tower Bridge was the design idea proposed by architects Stan and Jess Field for Capitol Mall. Symbolically extending the river to the mall with appealing water features, it would add a new architectural landmark to the skyline while giving locals and visitors an unprecedented view of the Capitol and the Tower Bridge.

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October 03, 2015 05:00 PM

UPDATED October 04, 2015 12:00 AM

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