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Southbank Place showcases architectural excellence in London

by Leona Liu on Jan 12, 2017 in Architecture
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Positioned in an incomparable location on the banks of the River Thames, Southbank Place showcases architectural excellence in the heart of London’s South Bank

Some of the world's leading architects include Kohn Pederson Fox, Squire & Partners, Patel Taylor, Stanton Williams, GRID and Townshend Landscape collaborated to create Southbank Place, London’s upcoming mixed-use development. The interiors will be designed by industry talents Goddard Littlefair and Johnson Naylor.

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The scheme will create a new lifestyle destination, including 48,000 sq-ft of shops, restaurants and cafés, 530,000 sq-ft of new office space, a new public square, pedestrian routes and a new entrance to Waterloo underground station.

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Set to complete in 2019, the project features residential complex Belvedere Gardens with 877 beautifully designed homes that are being built on the iconic 5.25 acre site located in the heart of London's cultural quarter. Residents will be treated to vantage points over the Houses of Parliament, Westminster, the City and far beyond.

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