Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow|Hufton + Crow||The impressive full-height atrium. Black water pools add a greater sense of depth|2 Kingdom Street’s external mullions set it apart from its two glass neighbours|A glass block on the floor allows natural light to penetrate the underground studio space|Coloured fins animate the reception area while the desk echoes the diagonal lines of the site|Acoustic panels help to absorb sound and the concrete columns feature halos|Clean floor plates are the workhorse of the building|The upper floors command cinematic views of Maida Vale and Little Venice||

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