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The Fish and Coal Offices Hotel, an industrial powerhouse providing an influential environment for guests to revitalise and explore. The monumental building’s interior décor captures the past as well as providing a burst of vibrancy with modern contemporary styling influenced by Regent’s canal waters and the creative social nightlife King’s Cross has to offer. Standing prominent along the curvature of Regent’s Canal, the pure scale of the building invites guests, unfolding the decorative archway characteristics and heritage past. Situated within one of London’s biggest re-development sites, the Fish and Coal Offices plays home to one of the most on trend destinations to discover within the capital.

Mass industrialisation within the industrial revolution has encouraged the increased development of toxic pollution. The capital has one of the worst air qualities in the world and has become a social disaster effecting every Londoner each day. The vision is to express London as the future of sustainability with London working towards being carbon neutral by 2050.

The Fish and Coal Offices, located within the heart of King’s Cross will be developed into a commercial unit housing a Luxury boutique hotel, influenced by King’s Cross heritage and the concept of tackling the capitals pollution crisis. The buildings historical presence through the industrial revolution and beyond has left a charming structure which complements the natural importance of the Coal Trade. Dating back to the early 1850’s , the building will flourish into an environment providing a retreat away from the hustle and bustle of London with amenities including, conference rooms suitable for the office environment around the site, and a ‘wining and dinning ’ experience with bars and a restaurant perfect for the guests to enjoy after a day of retail therapy.

The Fish and Coal Office is inspired by the world renown transport hub, King’s Cross St Pancras International. With destinations scattering over Europe including Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. The transport inspiration encouraged the connection of the interior décor with the European destinations creating a warm, inviting hotel with tranquil views across Regent’s Canal.

The thriving atmospheric community plays pivotal in creating a hotel encouraging the means of socialising with the Lounge and Bar providing a central social hub for guests to discover. The natural inspiration of Camley Park influenced the interior décor with the interior colours reflecting in the changing seasons around the Kings Cross area throughout the year. Through the hotel facility the destination provides guests with the opportunity to explore the seafood cuisine. With outstanding views across Regent’s Canal, the restaurant incorporates a striking interior with a combination of materials delivering a warm, inviting glow. The deep blues and cool turquoise colours run through the restaurant providing a nod to the local waters as well as including a decorative ceiling design capturing the attention of guests for guests to enjoy.

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The Fish and Coal Offices Hotel, an industrial powerhouse providing an influential environment for guests to revitalise and explore. The monumental building’s interior décor captures the past as well as providing a burst of vibrancy with modern contemporary styling influenced by Regent’s canal waters and the creative social nightlife King’s Cross has to offer. Standing prominent along the curvature of Regent’s Canal, the pure scale of the building invites guests, unfolding the decorative archway characteristics and heritage past. Situated within one of London’s biggest re-development sites, the Fish and Coal Offices plays home to one of the most on trend destinations to discover within the capital.

Mass industrialisation within the industrial revolution has encouraged the increased development of toxic pollution. The capital has one of the worst air qualities in the world and has become a social disaster effecting every Londoner each day. The vision is to express London as the future of sustainability with London working towards being carbon neutral by 2050.

The Fish and Coal Offices, located within the heart of King’s Cross will be developed into a commercial unit housing a Luxury boutique hotel, influenced by King’s Cross heritage and the concept of tackling the capitals pollution crisis. The buildings historical presence through the industrial revolution and beyond has left a charming structure which complements the natural importance of the Coal Trade. Dating back to the early 1850’s , the building will flourish into an environment providing a retreat away from the hustle and bustle of London with amenities including, conference rooms suitable for the office environment around the site, and a ‘wining and dinning ’ experience with bars and a restaurant perfect for the guests to enjoy after a day of retail therapy.

The Fish and Coal Office is inspired by the world renown transport hub, King’s Cross St Pancras International. With destinations scattering over Europe including Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam. The transport inspiration encouraged the connection of the interior décor with the European destinations creating a warm, inviting hotel with tranquil views across Regent’s Canal.

The thriving atmospheric community plays pivotal in creating a hotel encouraging the means of socialising with the Lounge and Bar providing a central social hub for guests to discover. The natural inspiration of Camley Park influenced the interior décor with the interior colours reflecting in the changing seasons around the Kings Cross area throughout the year. Through the hotel facility the destination provides guests with the opportunity to explore the seafood cuisine. With outstanding views across Regent’s Canal, the restaurant incorporates a striking interior with a combination of materials delivering a warm, inviting glow. The deep blues and cool turquoise colours run through the restaurant providing a nod to the local waters as well as including a decorative ceiling design capturing the attention of guests for guests to enjoy.

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