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The Scalpel
Design: Kohn Pederson Fox – KPF
The Scalpel Tower Lime Street - Architect Listing page image
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York House Workspace, Pentonville Road, King’s Cross, North London
Design: de Metz Forbes Knight Architects (dMFK)
York House Kings Cross London Architecture News
photo © Jack Hobhouse

York House Workspace
York House, The Office Group (TOG)’s latest flexible workspace, opens in King’s Cross on Pentonville Road, following a complete refurbishment and extension undertaken by dMFK Architects. It is the fourth building from TOG in the King’s Cross area.