London — One of the latest public spaces to open in central London is Pancras Square, part of the massive King’s Cross Central development. I wandered up there earlier in the week to take a look and liked what I saw, although the height and closeness of the buildings did make it a bit of a wind tunnel! The principle features in this trapezoidal (not square!) space are two elongated waterfalls, where the ...
London — As part of the Chelsea Fringe event, 35,000 bedding plants have been planted temporarily on the steps by Regent’s Canal in Granary Square, King’s Cross Central. They look beautiful, especially in the...
London — My lunchtime stroll today took me back to Kings Cross Central, which is a hive of activity in several respects, including the construction of the many buildings that are destined to form part of this ...
Waterfalls in Pancras Square
Pumpkins at King's Cross Central
Getting ready for Remembrance Day?
King's Cross in Bloom
Beware the giant fish!
Typographic street art