A light installation by Jason Bruges. The Deaprtment of Coffee and Social Affairs. And an atrium flooded with light.
Welcome to 2 Kingdom Street
2 Kingdom Street is a building that makes an impression – from the woodland walkway that leads you to its door, to the soaring light installation by artist Jason Bruges in reception. At the heart of the lobby is The Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, serving up single origin coffees, sandwiches and pastries, with Lords of Poke, Coco di Mama and Pure just next door.
Storey workspaces have been designed by world-renowned architects Gensler to make the most of the natural light, with a central atrium flooded with natural light. And you’ll also have full use of the Storey Club lounge, with a café, bookable meeting rooms, private working booths and events spaces at your disposal.
A few steps from Paddington
Paddington Central is an urban oasis in the heart of London, on the edge of the Regents Canal, with plenty of restaurants, cafes and bars, both on land and water – and Little Venice, with its grand Italianate villas. And just next door is Pergola Paddington, hidden gardens with bookable daybeds, seasonal food and cocktails and DJs at the weekend.
With Paddington station next door, nowhere is far. You can get to King’s Cross in 12 minutes. Waterloo in 14 minutes. Or Heathrow in fifteen minutes. And when Crossrail opens, it’ll be just ten minutes to Liverpool Street.
At a glance
- First impressions
Woodland walkway, light installation by Jason Bruges, Department of Coffee and Social Affairs in the lobby
- Canalside location
Floating restaurants and bars, coffee shops – and Little Venice nearby
Steps from Paddington Underground, Rail and Crossrail