London , EC2A
One Lackington is a uniquely up to date building where people want to work as they want to live. The building thoughtfully considers its characterful past and emphasises a new vision of space with luminous daylight, external spaces, and a focus on sustainable architecture. An interesting richly textured place to work, One Lackington has heart and soul. Originally designed as a private members club by Frederick Gould and Giles Gilbert Scott, designer of the iconic British red telephone box and architect of Bankside Power Station now the Tate Modern, One Lackington has been returned to its former glory. Close attention has been paid to the unique and original features of this magnificent heritage building. The new refurbishment brings out the distinctive, characterful– surprising – nature of the original building, and introduces new standards of daylight, exterior spaces, clean air via natural ventilation from opening windows and sustainability.
The building is extremely well located, with Moorgate station on the doorstep and Liverpool Street Station a 5-minute walk away, providing easy access to both the City and the West End in minutes.