London the Latest Luxury Real Estate Developments

London is one of the most vibrant city that never stops of expanding. Although its complexity, the iconic city has an intense and diverse cultural fabric, presenting architects and real estate developers with numerous challenges when it comes to housing projects.
London’s urban architecture is a common discussion due to its original layout, there is a new wave of luxury residential buildings developments.

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Beau House, by Dukelease and Oliver Burns

London the Latest Luxury Real Estate DevelopmentsBeau House features a truly exceptional penthouse in the heart of iconic St James’s; a collaboration between Dukelease and Oliver Burns.

London the Latest Luxury Real Estate Developments

Boasting panoramic views of the London skyline, this unique 4,000 sq ft penthouse is the jewel in the crown of this exclusive development comprising just eight luxury apartmentsDesigning the entrance to the building and the vast three-floor penthouse, we set out to create an extraordinary home with quintessential British style.

Southbank Place, by GRID Architects

Southbank Place is a comprehensive redevelopment of the river side quarter which houses the Shell Center. Since the office complex was built the Southbank has become an ever more popular part of London.

The GRID design is inspired by the site’s history as the location for the 1951 Festival of Britain. The panels are either perforated or embossed to allow them to be both translucent in front of windows or solid panels. The composition of the panels responds to the apartment plans which are generated by the changing aspects and views at different levels.

Dollar Bay, by SimpsonHaugh

London the Latest Luxury Real Estate Developments
Dollar Bay’s 125 spacious and light waterfront homes enjoy uninterrupted vistas across Canary Wharf, the Thames, and Greenwich. At the tower’s base, the previously underused waterfront area is rejuvenated and fully accessible, including a landscaped setting, outdoor seating, public art and a café for all to enjoy.

London the Latest Luxury Real Estate Developments

Generous winter gardens provide every home with a truly useful semi-outdoor space and floor-to-ceiling windows bring daylight in and act as a thermal buffer zone.

5 Strand, by Adjaye Associates

Drawing inspiration from the surrounding Grade I and II listed buildings, the scheme will provide a contemporary architectural landmark that sympathizes with its heritage surroundings.

Sir David Adjaye said: “This is not only an exciting opportunity to revitalize this historic London site through the creation of an exemplar mixed-use development. The development will also begin to restore the Strand’s architectural confluence as a core power axis in line with that of the Mall, Whitehall and Pall Mall.

The Landmark Pinnacle, by Squire & Partners

In Canary Wharf, this newly launched 75-story tower features 752 residential properties with interiors by Squire & Partners. Two smaller buildings of 45 and 30 floors will eventually join the Landmark Pinnacle to create the Landmark Trilogy, and the whole development is scheduled to complete in 2020.

London the Latest Luxury Real Estate Developments

Squire & Partners rose to the challenge of designing London’s highest private roof terrace in the building, seamlessly integrated into the sleek glass facade. The simple geometric form fits into the Canary Wharf skyline, reflecting the sky and the surrounding water.



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