In addition to the existing four Gobelin tapestries, I hope we don't lose the embossed metal wall panels in the banking hall - distinctively '70s touches - when the lobby gets redone. The lobby wall artwork in 2 Bloor West, of the same vintage, disappeared when that building underwent a "refreshing" a few years ago and that shop selling all those ghastly cut crystal animals was inserted at street level. And since FCP's interior white disco-look marble hasn't been tarnished by the cruel Toronto weather, maybe it doesn't need to be replaced? The archival photo on the website reminds me how fiercely I suddenly miss those big white globular planters that used to be in the lobby.
Brookfield has decided to use white marble as their distinctive "look" in most of their signature office towers on a go-forward basis (note the white marble in the lobby of BAC). I think it's a safe bet that they will keep the interior white marble in the lobby of FCP as well.