Beachfront Observation Tower Confirmed for the British City of Brighton

Visualisation. Image Courtesy of Marks Barfield Architects / i360 Brighton

British practice Marks Barfield Architects, famous for designing the London Eye, are a step closer to realising their latest urban observation structure: the i360 Brighton. This week the international team who created the London landmark were reunited on Brighton beach as as loans of more than £40 million have been agreed to begin the tower’s construction. Bringing together companies from the UK, France (Poma), the USA (Jacobs Enginneering) and the Netherlands (), the project has been described as “truly unique.”

Dyke Road Avenue / BBM Sustainable Design

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Architects: BBM Sustainable Design Ltd 
Location: No.5 Dyke Road, Hove, England
Interior Design: Donna Gray at Milk
Bespoke Furniture: Donna Gray at Milk
Landscape Design: Donna Gray at Milk
Consultant Engineer: BEP Consulting Engineers
Gross Floor Area: House as existing: 176 sqm. New House: 277 sqm
Budget: £250,000
Main Contractor: Chalmers & Co
Photographs: Courtesy of BBM Sustainable Design Ltd