Actually, I think I was just on the bus and suddenly realised there was Hulton House so I hopped off the bus and took these photographs.
I love the fact that the door handle is an H
This clock reminds me of the clock on the Daily Express building (albeit that's an art deco Egyptian style classic).
Hulton Press moved into the building (from their previous main base at 43/44 Shoe Lane; and 4 other locations) in autumn 1956 and the building was officially opened on 14th February 1957.
The move to the new building occurred when Hulton were at the height of their publishing powers. It was a short-lived triumph as
Picture Post, the flagship publication of Hulton Press closed on 1st June 1957 and within 2 years the whole of Hulton Press was in serious financial trouble (sometimes blamed on the move to the new building). In March 1959 almost he whole operation was sold to Odhams Properties, who renamed the business Longacre Press.
Here's a view of Hulton Press House from Eagle 22nd March 1957 (volume 8, issue 12) - with a rather (New York) Guggenheim-esque extension for the Hulton Gallery.
With thanks to Adrian Perkins (and his contribution to Eagle Times volume 12 #3, autumn 1999, on the history of Hulton Press).