Over the years, this corner of London has welcomed the capital’s most eccentric characters. Soho Square itself has been home to bookshops, botanists, Beatles and more, while today the address hosts everyone from 20th Century Fox to the statue of Charles II. We took in the game changers and the eccentrics then and we have no intention of stopping now.
An entrance should be as striking as the rest of the address. This reception’s distinguished design from Spratley Studios features herringbone flooring and a porcelain-tiled desk. Timber, metallic and marble finishes create an elevated setting that is both comfortable for tenants and impressive to clients.
Flexible floor plates and natural light create spaces that businesses can adapt to their unique requirements. A sense of openness is ensured throughout with maximised floor-to-ceiling height and grand vistas of the square, while exposed services and efficient open-plan areas make this an office space for the modern worker.