In the 1930s, luxury trains would leave from Victoria Station on glamorous trips to coastal resorts and across the channel to Paris. These trains still operate today with beautifully restored carriages and incredible service, recalling the glamour of the 1930s - and they leave from right outside TOG's entrance. Working with Shed architects, TOG have created offices, lounge space, meeting rooms and event spaces in a sanctuary just off platform 1. The look and feel starts at the Golden Age of Travel, with opulent details and panelling, and ends at a new Art Deco glamour. We've brought symmetry, colour and big patterns, it's a contemporary spin on the 1930s with a bold, extravagant spirit. Victoria Station itself was named after Queen Victoria, and built to provide commuters the option of arriving in London either north or south of the river. With a plethora of food, drinks and entertainment, the area of Victoria has something for everyone. For coffee (and wine), we would recommend Notes. For lunch time strolling, there are plenty of parks to choose from and a farmer's market to pick up your picnic. St James' Park come complete with Pelicans.