Denton, Corker and Marshall

John Denton, Bill Corker and Barrie Marshall are the founding directors of this architectural practice that was established in Melbourne in 1972.  Today they work in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.  They are responsible for one of the most striking buildings to be added to Manchester's streets in many a year.  Standing at the city's northern gateway, where Bridge Street crosses the Irwell from Salford, is the Civil Justice Centre, affectionally known as "The Filing Cabinet".  The building provides 47 courtrooms, 75 consultation rooms, in addition to office and support space distributed over 15 floors.


Number 1 New York Street, the corner of Mosley Street and New York Street.