The Cheesegrater and St. Paul’s Tower


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The Q-Park on Charles Street, Sheffield, was designed by Allies and Morrison and won a RIBA Regional Award in 2009.  It is now locally known as the Cheesegrater in reference to the faceted cladding that gives it such a strong presence.  Next to it is St. Paul’s Tower, known also as the Conran Tower after the architects that designed it, which is 101 metres tall and the highest building in the city by a margin of more than 20 metres.


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