• SUBSCRIBE NOW
SEARCH

Berkeley Homes unveils a new penthouse in London

by Simon Yuen on Dec 22, 2016 in Interiors
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Sina WeiboShare on Tencent WeiboEmail this to someone

UK-based developer Berkeley Homes has completed a new penthouse at One Tower Bridge in London

Located at the top of Tudor House on the 10th and 11th floors, the penthouse,  comprises a spacious open-plan living and dining area with an open kitchen, featuring bespoke cabinetry and Miele appliances.

The house spans 1,316 sq-ft and the master bedroom includes fitted wardrobes with custom-designed interiors and floor-to-ceiling windows. Both the bedroom and bathroom can access the balcony with views to Tower Bridge and The Thames.

berkeley-homes_one-tower-bridge_tudor-house_-balcony

All bathrooms boast a combination of marble and stone in line with the palette of Tungsten silver and bronze, as well as timber veneer bathroom furniture.

berkeley-homes_one-tower-bridge_tudor-house-penthouse_roof-terrace-view-to-city

The apartment also boasts an internal spiral staircase leading to a sky lounge and roof terrace with views of London’s skyline. The 1,266 sq-ft terrace features a covered dining area, outdoor kitchen and a hot tub on raised decking.

One Tower Bridge, developed by British developer Berkeley Homes, comprises 376 apartments across eight buildings designed by Squire and Partners. The development offers one, two and three-bedroom apartments, a three-bedroom triplex, and a collection of lateral and duplex penthouses.

, , , , ,

Recent Posts

  • Main photo updated

    Incubation architecture


    BARRIE HO Architecture hosts exhibitions about incubation architecture at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London – and soon in Hong Kong

    Posted on Sep 21, 2017
    View
  • Frank Leung surveys his creation at ArtisTree

    Dramatic art


    Hong Kong art space ArtisTree transformed into a dynamic open-box concept performance venue

    Posted on Sep 19, 2017
    View
  • 1

    Land Lord


    Landscape designer and architect Raddle Siddeley on why landscapes should look great naked

    Posted on Sep 19, 2017
    View
  • Square and boxy, internally House W tells a story of soaring ceilings, vast skylights and an entire wall composed of glass panels on the garden elevation

    Heat exchange


    House W in Beijing overcomes challenges of heat insulation for maximum energy efficiency

    Posted on Sep 19, 2017
    View
Top