Part of a Joint Venture with Network Rail, this is within Paddington Station itself. The main entrance is from Eastbourne Terrace but there is a second entrance directly from Platform 1 (you have to follow the blue line on the floor…. you’ll know what we mean when you see it). Designed and built by Brunel, this building is Grade 1 Listed, dating from 1854. Part derelict and mostly unloved, TOG have worked with the brilliant architects at DMFK to restore everything…. the moldings, brick-vaulted ceilings, arches, steel columns etc. There are no suspended ceilings or recessed lighting, just lots of space and natural light. And they’ve managed to incorporate a full air conditioning system sympathetically whilst we were at it. Definitely a challenge and definitely some sleepless nights, but worth the added grey hair. A range of offices, loads of meeting spaces, event spaces and amazing kitchens and break out space. PS – don’t forget to check out the artwork referencing a certain Bear associated with the Station caught in a erm…comprising position.