Britain’s first cashless supermarket, a 200-seat cinema and a 400-seat restaurant are just a few of the features in Sky’s new headquarters in west London, which aims to make up for its out-of-town location by “bringing the high street to Osterley”.
EG took a look around the 409,028 sq ft NIA building, which is part of Sky’s Osterley campus and acts as the company’s corporate centre.
Watch the video above to see the full tour around its flagship offices.
In May, the media giant moved into a 62,000 sq ft tech centre in Leeds with the ambition of creating the best workspace in the north of England.
View of elevated broadcast studio
Sky’s genius bar-like tech centre
One of the many breakout areas
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