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Manchester Civil Justice Centre -

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  • The building and has been described as ‘a huge filing cabinet’ with a series of glass drawers randomly pulled out at either end of the steel clad core

    The building and has been described as ‘a huge filing cabinet’ with a series of glass drawers randomly pulled out at either end of the steel clad core

    A steel mesh shields the naturally ventilated offices on the eastern side of the building

    A steel mesh shields the naturally ventilated offices on the eastern side of the building. Photo by Tim Giffith

    Brightly coloured pods protrude randomly into the glazed atrium space

    Brightly coloured pods protrude randomly into the glazed atrium space

  • The courtrooms are finished in timber

    The courtrooms are finished in timber. Photo by David Millington Photography Ltd

    Internal balocnies overlook the large atrium space

    Internal balocnies overlook the large atrium space. Photo by David Millington Photography Ltd

    The Civil Justice Centre is an impressive local landmark

    The Civil Justice Centre is an impressive local landmark. Photo by David Millington Photography Ltd

  • The main entrance is accessed from a small public square

    The main entrance is accessed from a small public square. Photo by David Millington Photography Ltd

    Open circulation and large atrium connects back to the city

    Open circulation and large atrium connects back to the city. Photo by David Millington Photography Ltd