The upper (more northerly) one is based on a corridor that runs at garden level, double and single sided, south-west from the entrance to a covered belvedere at the far end of the garden.
But Simpson's big move is to express the tower's top three floors as a separate, projecting belvedere .
They have just added a £28,000 belvedere - a cross between a glass tower and a roof terrace - to make the most of the views of the marshes and beaches of the Naze peninsula.
At the apex, the belvedere foyer of the adaptable theatre circles its curve and allows views west down the water.
The theme of dematerialisation is reprised at the top of the block, which is crowned with a glass belvedere (for meetings-with-a-view), connected to the lower floors by a serpentine spiral staircase.
Everybody else stayed on the belvedere , sipping iced drinks.
He lived with his mistress at a luxurious estate in Normandy, to which he had added a grandiose belvedere .
The roof accessible to visitors becomes a public belvedere from where to enjoy views over the Elm Garden and the future River Park.
There is not a single beach, promontory, belvedere or ruin that does not teem with literature, from Augustus to Gorky’.
Here NGP proposes inserting what is effectively a completely new glazed building into the hole, rising on tall columns to provide an inhabited roof level with a cyclopean belvedere of a west wall.