The ceramic frit facade, complete with 23 million unique voronoi polygons that mimic human skin, wraps the building and reacts to the local environment, reducing glare and noise.
Designing a new building is no easy task. It not only needs to be innovative, iconic and inviting but it also needs to be complementary to its occupiers and environment. That’s why, when it comes to The Spine, we haven’t settled for anything less than world class.
As you enter the building there is a shared public area, complete with a warm welcome, living wall, café and an informal tiered events space, perfect for seminars and presentations.
Each of the floors, which are all c. 11,550 sq ft, have extra high ceilings, advanced air purification, district heating systems and floor-to-ceiling glazing, offering some of the best views of the city centre and waterfront.
Managed by the building’s anchor occupier, The Royal College of Physicians, on the upper floors are stunning conference and events space, complete with fine dining space ‘The Axis’, which are all available for private hire.