Sir Terence Conran on Centre Point: The designer’s building

As part of a longer documentary about London’s iconic Centre Point building, hat-trick interviewed Sir Terence Conran about the building’s significance and what it meant to designers when it was first built

As part of a longer documentary about London’s iconic Centre Point building, hat-trick interviewed Sir Terence Conran about the building’s significance and what it meant to designers when it was first built

 



Filmmaker and editor: Lindsay Knight
DOP: Richard Brunner
Art directed by hat-trick

 

The film was commissioned by Almacantar which is currently redeveloping the building and with whom hat-trick is working across a range of communications and branding initiatives (including the giant wrap which currently covers the building, see below). More on Centre Point’s revamp here.

 


 

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