The design of the Atlas Building is a direct response to the innovation of Silicon Roundabout

It has been described as a key nodal point, with exciting new architecture marking it out as an important, emerging area of London. Atlas comprises a slender 40-storey residential tower and a nine-storey office building – as well as a series of generous, attractive public spaces.
"Atlas appears to taper, creating a positive way of ending the form against the sky. The steps stretch the profile and make the structure more elegant."
Ken Shuttleworth, Make Architects
The interiors are tailored to the lifestyle aspirations of the people who will be living in the building and offer a series of authentic experiences that resonate with the unique character of this quarter of London.

The apartments are designed with a focus on functionality to ensure that they are practical to live in, while allowing occupiers to imbue them with a sense of their own personality.
"The Atlas building is in a part of London with a distinctive and strong personality. One of the key challenges for us was delivering a design which preserves elements of the location’s original integrity so that residents at once feel completely at home in their new setting."
Jonathan Clarke, Woods Bagot