BT Tower (London)
BT Tower
La BT Tower depuis Euston Road
Localisation
Localisation Londres
Coordonnées 51° 31′ 17″ N 0° 08′ 20″ W / 51.5215, -0.13890351° 31′ 17″ Nord
       0° 08′ 20″ Ouest
/ 51.5215, -0.138903
  
Pays Royaume-Uni
Localité
Présentation
Construction 1965
Usage(s) Télécommunications
Hauteur
Hauteur de l'antenne 188 m
Hauteur du toit 175 m
Hauteur du dernier étage
Détails
Nombre d'étages 34
Superficie
Nombre d'ascenseurs 2
Personnes en rapport
Architecte(s) Eric Bedford et G. R. Yeats

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Londres

(Voir situation sur carte : Londres)
BT Tower (London)

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Angleterre

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BT Tower (London)

La BT Tower (anciennement Post Office Tower ou London Telecom Tower) est un gratte-ciel londonien, le quatrième par la hauteur après les 1, 8 et 25 Canada Square (quartier des anciens docks). C'est une tour de télécommunications qui accueille également un restaurant. Elle appartient à la société British Telecom. Jusqu'en 1981, elle était le plus haut gratte-ciel du Royaume-Uni. La tour était ouverte au public mais son accès a été interdit cette même année pour des raisons de sécurité. Le restaurant est encore utilisé pour l'événementiel d'entreprise.

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