An expansive Work Space in one of London’s most charming Georgian squares just a short walk from Victoria Station.
Named as a respectful nod to Thomas Cubbitt, the great Georgian developer, Thomas House combines classical proportions with modern design. Although emulating the surrounding mansions of Eccleston Square, the imposing seven-storey building with a grand façade only dates to the 1980s. TOG enlisted architecture studio SODA to help transform this building into a modern and spacious office space.
Eccleston Square is one of Pimlico’s most charming addresses and Thomas House takes up an imposing corner block. Although the building itself dates from the 1980s, its Regency style and proportions have been accentuated by SODA’s modern design.
The double height ceilings of the main reception and working area means plenty of room for expansive windows, which flood the space with natural light and enliven the subtle Regency colour scheme.
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