It’s two elevations reflect the differing public realm
The elevations on either side of the building vary in design to reflect the public spaces they face. On the King’s Boulevard side, the shopfronts sit between columns to create a sense of streetscape and golden coloured fins edge the windows. On the other side of the building facing Pancras Square, the building line is set back to form a colonnade. Both facades are made of a white precast stone outer masonry layer.