The old Billingsgate Fish Market, situated on the north bank of the Thames, was built under the direction of tarchitect, Sir Horace Jones, in 1874-77.

For over 100 years, the building was used for fresh fish sale and storage, until the market moved to new premises in 1982. In this issue's cover story, we explore its new owner Citicorp's desire to turn this classic London building into a modern home for financial services workers.

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The Arup Journal 1989 - Issue 2