Set within an early 19th century Greek Revival building on Trafalgar Square, Canada House has stood as Canada's home base in the UK since its opening in 1925. And while it's enjoyed the status of a Grade II Listed Building since the 1970s, over the years it has fallen victim to a series of questionable design choices and renovations. Fortunately, as of this February, Canada House's dubious design past has been replaced with an impressive showcase of the motherland's rich reservoir of design talent. Of course we may be biased, but taking center stage in the new neoclassical entrance hall hangs a stunning cascade of glass and light designed by our friends at Bocci. What do you think?!
Photos via Bocci & Wallpaper.