Terry Farrell is one of the UK's leading architects, well known for his many projects throughout the UK and, indeed, the entire globe. Terry's involvement in Seven Dials began with the restoration of the Comyn Ching Triangle, which stands as one of Covent Garden's landmark restoration and new-build scheme. Best described in Terry's own words, "The Comyn Ching Triangle, with much of Covent Garden, was planned to be demolished in the 1970s. Then the Triangle became part of Covent Garden's wonderful regeneration story. My involvement as architect for this urban block lasted over ten years. The public space in the middle links together restoration and new buildings: shops, offices, interior and exterior details. It is still one of the best things I've been involved with."