Drawn to a building with a touch of history? Well, this listed landmark structure is not only totally unique in design but it dates all the way back to 1911. It was originally the first permanent UK headquarters and tyre depot for the Michelin Tyre Company. Hence its name, Michelin House.
Although completely transformed today, the workspace is still something very special. Sat within a residential area, smaller companies are attracted to the large amount of space they can occupy in such a prodigious building. Media companies and creatives especially find themselves at home here.
The distinctive Art Deco design blends seamlessly into the sleek and elegant workspace creating a truly unique and savvy workspace – matchless within the Soho area.
Light is also plentiful thanks to the building’s impressive central atrium. And, if outdoor space is more for you, the sophisticated lounge leads onto a rare and beautiful, leafy roof terrace. The Michelin Man himself takes pride of place out here.
- 24 Hour Access
- Air Conditioning
- Broadband Access
- Lounge Areas
- Meeting Rooms
- Shared Space
- Telephone System
- Video Conferencing
- Victoria London1.2mi
- South Kensington0.3mi
- Sloane Square0.5mi
- London City Airport9.4mi
- Victoria London1.1mi
- Imperial Wharf1.4mi
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