Satellite Design Workshop has completed this £1.15 million office and conference centre in London's King's Cross. The 950m 2scheme will provide 31 serviced office units, an independent sub-lettable office and a conferencing facility.
The building - funded by the government's Single Regeneration Budget - is clad in stainless steel that forms a continuous facade facing the King's Cross Road.
The scheme's site is irregular with two different levels, allowing the architect to create an unusual circulation route around the building.
Other features include a courtyard entrance designed to avoid the traditional lobby found in most modern office buildings.
The unusual form of the scheme was forced by the 'right to light'of the adjacent Welsh chapel.