Arty and urban in design, this cool and individual space has plenty to offer. The history of the building is reflected within the entrance; the sheet music and grand piano which greet you represent the place’s publishing house roots. Much of the original character of the building is also retained further inside the space with features such as the exposed brick wall and large windows being retained. Corridors are lined with Banksy style art yet with added colour painted directly on to the walls, filling them from top to bottom with bright shades and bold prints. Meeting rooms and office spaces are a little simpler in style and feature delicately textured wall paper or simply leave the exposed brick work to speak for itself. Further facilities include; access to weekly events, high speed internet, cleaning services, private phone booths and onsite support staff.
This building has nearby parking available or bicycle storage available if this is how you chose to travel to work. For those employees who commute this location is also well served by local transport services also. Tottenham Court Road is only four minutes on foot from the office door and Oxford Circus is only seven minutes away. These stations provide direct links to the Northern, Central, Bakerloo and Victoria line for easy access to the wider city.