Cadence
Argent
 
Alison Brook’s architectural design takes reference from the historical context of the neighbouring stations, King’s Cross and St Pancras. We have abstracted and evolved their concept by using irregular patterns, blocks of colour and a transition from radial to linear to provide an intriguing and sophisticated space, deeply grounded in its location.
 
By reinterpreting the external arches, we have injected a sense of playfulness into the interior design. Dynamic and expressive volumes gradually transition into calm, understated environments, with familiar reference points scattered throughout; sometimes subtly, sometimes overtly.

Our design of Cadence Court connects harmoniously with the architecture; evolving to give Cadence a truly unique identity.
Alison Brook’s architectural design takes reference from the historical context of the neighbouring stations, King’s Cross and St Pancras. We have abstracted and evolved their concept by using irregular patterns, blocks of colour and a transition from radial to linear to provide an intriguing and sophisticated space, deeply grounded in its location.
 
By reinterpreting the external arches, we have injected a sense of playfulness into the interior design. Dynamic and expressive volumes gradually transition into calm, understated environments, with familiar reference points scattered throughout; sometimes subtly, sometimes overtly.

Our design of Cadence Court connects harmoniously with the architecture; evolving to give Cadence a truly unique identity.
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