Sustainable architecture—on the “footprint of the ancient Roman Temple of Mithras"

Remains of the Roman Temple of Mithras were uncovered in London during a construction project in the 1950s. So as not to impede with the newly-planned building, the temple site was moved down the street to Temple Court where the foundation remains were reassembled for public display. Now a new project by Bloomberg intends to move the temple back to its original site


Foster + Partners' New London HQ for Bloomberg Uses Ancient Roman Site Features to Inspire Interaction

By Patrick Lynch

Arch Daily

June 21, 2017

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