Tintagel House in Vauxhall is a building with a rich history – it was the headquarters of the Met Police for half a century, and the site of the first police computer. Built in the 1960s on Albert Embankment, right next to the Thames, it remains a very special location. We worked with architects Stanton Williams and Universal Design Studio to create a new workspace location that made the most of the original architectural features (think parquet floors) and the river views, with a 10th floor bar and penthouse.
-Office space to call your own on a flexible contract
-Hot desking for teams of up to 4 people
Meeting rooms and event space
-Find the right place for your next product launch or party
-Fully-equipped space to focus on fitness or meet with a trainer, with showers and changing rooms available too
-Outdoor space to relax, meet or catch up on emails
-On hand with a delicious menu, coffee and treats throughout the day
-Take the Albert Embankment exit from Vauxhall tube station and cross the main road towards the MI6 building. Tintagel House is the third building along after MI6 on the river side.