Centre point. The giant neon letters that used to grace the top of London’s Centrepoint building find a temporary new home at London’s epicentre in Trafalgar Square. Lumiere London 2016. Produced by Artichoke, supported by the Mayor of London. Photograph by Matthew Andrews.

Centre Point Lights

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Iconic lights positioned at the central point of London.

The Centre Point lights were relocated from their former home atop the Centre Point building to Trafalgar Square during Lumiere London.

For several decades, the three-metre high neon letters at the top of Centre Point have been visible day and night for miles around. The lights have offered a reassuring navigational aid for everyone in London. Having been taken down whilst Almacantar, the property development and investment company, transformed the building into a new residential, restaurant and retail destination, the lights took pride of place at the centre of the capital.


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