Cladding Three Piccadilly Place is a Tecu-Brass copper rainscreen, except on the southern face of the building which instead utilises a reconstituted stone facade. The Tecu-Brass is a material that oxidises quickly to create a satin brown look similar to that of some of the neighbouring buildings.
Floorplates vary from 1,170 square metres on the lower floors to 1,839 square metres on the upper levels. They are typically 18 to 21 metres deep allowing natural daylight penetration throughout thanks to the use of full height windows.
To maximise the views from the building, and of it too, all sides are exposed with the masterplan for Piccadilly Place designed to have it encircled by open spaces.