When thinking of luxury living, repurposed gasholders probably aren’t the first things that come to mind. But that didn’t stop the creative minds at Wilkinson Eyre Architects, who have created the newest destination address in London.
The top line
145 high-end residences, all constructed inside the repurposed frames of disused gasholders, overlooking the idyllic canal by King’s Cross.
What’s to write home about
If you’re lucky enough to snatch up one of these incredibly designed properties, you’ll have a lot to write home about. And you can pen those letters from the communal roof gardens, spa, gym residents’ lounge and even a 14-person screening room.
The lead designer of the interiors, Jonathan Tuckey of Jonathan Tuckey Design, wants residents to go through “a sequence of incredibly dramatic spaces that are geometrically very unusual, but very strong. And that is all before you get to the front door of your apartment.
Each flat has been designed with materials that reference the industrial history of the building, yet they all have their own character and can be personalised to each tenants wants and whims.
Floor-to-ceiling triple glazing on the curved outer walls grants spectacular views over the indomitable London skyline. Most of the apartments come with private balconies, perfect for sipping a glass of wine as the sun sets over the capital.
King’s Cross is one of the top places to be in the capital right now – with all you could want at your fingertips and the peace and calm of living next to a canal on your doorstep.
You will get to experience great international flavours and cultures from those around you and those who visit, especially when London Fashion Week rolls around. We can assure you that is something you won’t want to miss.
- 145 flats
- 24-hour concierge
- Architects: Wilkinson Eyre Architects
- Interior design: Jonathan Tuckey Design
- Spa, gym, residents’ lounge, private dining room, screening room, games room
- Shared rooftop garden
If you’d prefer a warmer climate then why not have a look at the Catalonia-based Sant Martí House…