Raw and stripped back this basement style office space is creative and very contemporary. There is plenty of open brick work on display throughout these rooms as well as visible ceiling pipes and the shared spaces have an edgy underground feel. Using barrels for stools and plenty of modern, comfortable sofas, the dark colour scheme mixed in with warm lighting tubes give the rooms a very artistic vibe. The main offices however, have floor to ceiling windows allowing in plenty of natural light and there is a much more bright and airy feel to these rooms; particularly with the beautiful views across the city visible from the desks. There is a wonderful roof terrace available for use with this building also, with make-shift chimneys separating up the large wooden benches. Further facilities of this building include; shared kitchen and dining areas, shower facilities along with bicycle storage for those who chose to cycle to work as well as focus booths and a lounge area for independent or group working environments.
Situated opposite the St Pancras Eurostar terminal, providing convenient links for overseas clients, and being a short stroll from the site of Google's new London HQ, the location of these offices is as convenient as it is fashionable. Mainline stations as well as tubes surround this building also allowing easy access to Kings Cross St. Pancras and Euston.