We worked alongside 3W Architecture and Susie Atkinson Interior Design to complete the design and fit out of Balderton Capital’s new offices.
The venture capitalist company moved from Mayfair to a converted 11,000 sq. ft. stables building close to Kings Cross Station.
The building was originally built as the stables for the London General Omnibus Company who operated horse drawn buses before the introduction of
the internal combustion engine.
The designers looked to embrace the period features whilst delivering an office space to support a modern IT focused business. The facilities will include
incubator space, which is designed as flexible space where start-up businesses can grow with the support of IT and meeting space.
The office is spread over two levels with the top floor being accessed by the ramp originally installed to provide access for horses to the stalls. The project
includes lounge areas, meeting rooms, full kitchen, boardroom and a start-up area.
The works required not only the fitting out of the space, but the upgrade of the building fabric, including new rooflights, windows and roof plant to make
it more environmentally efficient.