King’s Cross Architectural Tour

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Posted: Thursday 26th June 2014

Join an architectural tour tomorrow (28 June) to learn about the history, heritage and cultural heart of the King’s Cross development and how it will unfold over the next decade.

Led by Richard Wardle, an Associate at architects Stanton Williams, and Maxine Howard, the King’s Cross Visitor Centre coordinator, the tour will include the transformed Granary Building and Transit sheds, now home to University of the Arts London, office, retail and leisure spaces along with an introduction to the wider King’s Cross redevelopment site.

Booking is essential so please email visitor.centre@kingscross.co.uk to secure your place.

The tour, which is part of the London Festival of Architecture, will commence at 2pm from the King’s Cross Visitor Centre, in Stable Street, King’s Cross, and will last around one hour.

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