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York House

Situated in Kings Cross, the new York House has been transformed into a bright, open co-working space. Post-war inspired furniture was chosen to complement its pared-back concrete interior.

York House

dMFK have transformed York House, an anonymous 1980's office building in Kings Cross into a bright, modern co-working space. The building's extension took its cue from elements of the existing structure, including the engineering brick façade, fluted concrete and sculpture by eminent British artist, Geoffrey Clarke.

The interior utilises the original concrete in combination with a new cross-laminated timber structure to create a pared-back, raw expression. The interior styling of the building references post-war art and furniture, which included Robin Day's iconic Reclining Chair supplied by twentytwentyone.

Client: 

The Office Group (TOG)

Architecture and interiors:

dMFK Architects

Photography: 

Jack Hobhouse

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