WHERE : WATERHOUSE SQUARE, HOLBORN.
Waterhouse Square is a large gothic building of red brick at 138-142 Holborn in the London Borough of Camden. This unique building is named after Alfred Waterhouse, the original architect of that building.
ABOUT THE ARCHITECTURE:
The materials are vibrant red brick and terracotta, which give such a large building a hallucinatory quality. The style is unapologetically Victorian Gothic. The central court called 'Waterhouse Square', is accessible from Holborn and is entered from a smaller court under a wide, dramatic arch. Its effect is almost overwhelming.
WHERE TO FIND US:
You can visit us here -
WeWork, No. 3 Waterhouse Square
Telephone: 0203 8655890