You're not seeing them in shot, but there is floor to ceiling height imagery of past significant news events around the office - most are in between the windows. The wider campus as a whole (even the building they're in) has imagery, art, quotes etc all over the place. Many of the meeting rooms are themed up (the Ocean one has been seen a lot today, but there are Game of Thrones, Riviera, Fortitude etc themed ones).
Definitely not a drab place to work.
Here we go again...
Its fine, we all see that its basically a sterile white box and some screens scattered around at different heights and angles. Its ok. Looks like a definite step down from the previous location. And just because its not a studio doesn't mean it doesnt have be a visually pleasant and a space to get inspired or feel pride in your work environment. Work environment fuels creativity as well. So the lack of a studio space is irrelevant.
It's not Sky News' job to impress you by making the newsroom look sexy. It serves its purpose and would be a waste of money as it's almost never seen on-air.
Would be a big step forward though to develop the newsroom into a working broadcast area. (Not the main studio, but used for live links to reporters, etc). VTM in Belgium has developed something similar. It works really well. Granted, it's a different format. (The 'Liveset' is used for breaking updates on VTM's main channel.