Regeneration House

Then …

Regeneration House, now known as Two Granary Square, was built as the principal Goods Yard offices in 1850. It was designed by Lewis Cubitt as part of his work on the Goods Yard complex. These offices were the ‘nerve centre’ for freight operations across the site. The building suffered extensive bomb damage in WWII and had to be rebuilt. It was refurbished again in the 1980s by the London Regeneration Consortium.

It was designed by Lewis Cubitt as part of his work on the Goods Yard complex. These offices were the ‘nerve centre’ for freight operations across the site. The building suffered extensive bomb damage in WWII and had to be rebuilt. It was refurbished again in the 1980s by the London Regeneration Consortium.

… and now

The building has been sympathetically refurbished and renamed Two Granary Square. It is now home to the Art Fund. The Art Fund is the national fundraising charity that helps museums and galleries buy and show works of art. Two Granary Square is now the fund’s permanent headquarters.

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  • Location

    2 Granary Square
    London, N1C 4BH

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