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Ben Parkinson
Ben Parkinson
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  • 18th January 2013

Business Centre of the Month – Warnford Court

The Office Group’s business centre on London’s Throgmorton Street is a delicate blend of Regency style and 21st century technology.

A modest entrance - on the corner of Throgmorton Street and Throgmorton Avenue - opens out into a palatial corporate space that balances sleek glass and original artwork against dark wood and wrought iron embellishments.

First mentioned in tax records from 1677, the current site underwent extensive yet sympathetic refurbishment in 2009, incorporating interior designs from Scott Brownrigg and conceptual art from Acrylicize.

[caption id="attachment_3372" align="aligncenter" width="544"]Spiral Staircase - Warnford Court A spiralling wrought iron staircase is balanced by turquoise acrylic[/caption]

Space was partitioned to offer prestigious suites to businesses of any size, with special care taken to integrate innovative features to suit the needs of start-ups, freelancers, small businesses and mobile workers.

The most tangible examples of these measures are the property’s unique ClubRooms, which create a dynamic space to encourage networking between occupants and external cliental. The building also features bright open-plan workspaces, private suites, conference rooms and lounge-style retreats.

[caption id="attachment_3374" align="aligncenter" width="544"]Warnford Court - Boothes Sunken ambient booths make an ideal spot for flexi-working[/caption]

A City commuters dream; the offices are equidistant between Bank, Liverpool Street and Moorgate stations, boasting immediate access to eight separate Underground lines, as well as a host of local and national rail services.

For its understated beauty, start-up support and extensive transport links, The Office Group’s property on Throgmorton Street wins the first ‘Business Centre of the Month’ award for 2013.

[caption id="attachment_3375" align="aligncenter" width="544"]Warnford Court - Entrance Warnford Court blends seamlessly into the classic regency architecture of the financial district[/caption]