The reflections in the windows of the beautiful office block in Salford look more weird than a surrealist’s nightmare interpretation in oil after a bad dream about Doctor Weird! Or when I look again sometimes I think I see something that the Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi could have dreamed up. One thing that struck me was that it looks like a mass of twisted and distorted metal in a war zone. It only struck me in that way because this building stands adjacent to the Imperial War Museum where you can see devastated, twisted metal from the World Trade Centre in New York alongside an unbelievable lump of metal barely recognisable for what it is, the remains of car bomb. The exhibits in the museum can leave you in a dark mood sometimes but this office block with its reflections certainly brightened up my day.