This building in Great Portland Street was built in 1913 for Smiths Industries. The building was opened to make the first ever Speedometer for the motor car. The well-known architects Stiff & Trevillion are working hard to pull some character back to the building. Expect a combination of industrial/contemporary style mixed with vintage/modern furniture and lighting.
The building is within walking distance of Great Portland Street tube as well as a 5 minute walk to Oxford Street for those who like to shop, with private office space, large lounge space and meeting rooms.
Great Portland Street (0.1 mi)
Regent's Park Station (0.3 mi)
Warren Street Station (0.4 mi)