Design proposal for the Newgate Street entrance of the London Stock Exchange, a space which is not in use currently and needs to serve as an alternative reception when required but be used as a seating and meeting area on an everyday basis. Having noticed on our site visit that the back façade of the building fails to stand out due to poor lighting, we decided that the main element of our proposal should be smart and efficient combination of light sources. A glass lit wall acts as the backdrop of the area, highlighting all furniture and movement in front and filling the space with a subtle glow. All material shades are neutral apart from a splash of colour coming from the feature artwork, which is again smartly lit to reflect colour through its triangular pieces. The area is equipped with pod table power sources for phone charging and laptop usage, which can be conveniently moved and placed in a way to accommodate the amount of people using the seating area. The circular sofa is modular and can be arranged to fit larger parties for meetings and the storage space next to the entrance unfolds to become a security area for when the space is used as an alternative reception. A portable reception desk, matching the pod tables in design, can be brought in when the space changes use and the sofa modules become separate units for awaiting visitors.