Blog: Graeme RobertsBuilding continues to scorch vehicles

Graeme Roberts | 3 September 2013

You've no doubt heard by now of a new London building which acts like a magnifying glass with the sun.

This latest report suggests its vehicular score extends beyond Jaguars.

I wonder how it'll be fixed? Reminds me of reports of the Disney Concert Hall in LA dazzling apartment dwellers across the street. That building was finished in polished aluminium which had to be unpolished a bit to soothe the neighbours. The London edifice is glass faced. Tint opportunity anyone?

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