Designed by Ben Adams Architects, this refurbishment reinterprets the building’s existing industrial heritage through the principles of Scandinavian design. With an impressive reception and five floors of workspace, the building totals 20,440 sq ft. Tucked away on a quiet street, yet just moments from one of London’s most buzzing neighbourhoods, it’s a remarkable opportunity to make a quiet statement.
Today, King’s Cross is London’s most thrilling corner, with ongoing regeneration transforming it into a haven for creativity. It offers a smorgasbord of restaurants and bars, along with an ever-evolving array of shops and pop-ups.
Away from the hustle and bustle, traces of King’s Cross’ rich history still endure. Regent’s Canal gently weaves its way through the area, ideal for a morning stroll, lunchtime workout, or post-work chill.
With the impeccable transport connections of King’s Cross St Pancras just a five minute walk away, The Fjord Building couldn’t be better situated for travel across London and the UK.
Form meets function. Touches of industrial style fuse with the classic Scandinavian feel while thoughtful modern details deliver functionality with a quiet charm.
Designed by Ben Adams Architects (BAA), the Fjord Building provides unique, contemporary offices in London’s King’s Cross; it reinterprets the building’s existing industrial heritage through the principles of Scandinavian design.
20 New Wharf Rd