Back in the 1990s, when the King’s Cross badlands were home to the best clubbing experiences in London, there was always a certain euphoria to be had as thousands of people danced under strobe light in the disused railway warehouses. In late October 2018, with clear blue skies overhead and sunlight casting long shadows on the ground, the atmosphere is a little different, but the sense of excitement and expectation just as palpable. One man with a salt-and-pepper beard is waving his hands in the air like he really just does care. Thomas Heatherwick, the designer behind Africa’s biggest contemporary gallery and New York’s Hudson Yards, is showing off Coal Drops Yard, a sweeping industrial landscape that’s the last piece of old-school King’s Cross to be revived and remodelled.
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