Kaleidoscope, Lindsey Street, EC1

88,582 sq ft

Client: Helical PLC

Architect: PLP architecture

Colour, Motion, Shape

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Farringdon; If you think you know this colourful pocket of central London, it might be time to look again. With the opening of Crossrail – the new Elizabeth Line – and the imminent relocation of the Museum of London, Farringdon is about to become one of modern London’s most pivotal districts. At the heart of this transformation, an iconic new building is taking shape.

Kaleidoscope offers 88,500 square feet of beautifully designed workspace directly connected to the new Elizabeth Line station at Farringdon.

It’s a building inspired by the colours and dynamism of its location, and which wouldn’t exist without Britain’s transformative Crossrail infrastructure project. Kaleidoscope has been designed – from every angle – to fit the changeable needs of a fast-moving and future-focused business. A sustainable, tech-friendly workplace. In a Central London location that couldn’t be easier to reach. And in a characterful district where people will want to work. Create the future you want: Kaleidoscope.

For years now, Farringdon and Clerkenwell have been culinary trendsetters – a favourite destination for  in-the-know foodies. Today the area’s food and drink scene is better than ever, with an array of options throughout the day, and long  into the night.


contact: David Jackson