The Nova Penthouse, a surely unique, one-of-a-kind luxury penthouse to honor the exquisite lifestyles. A prestigious location with four bedrooms and a roof terrace giving marvelous views of London’s most thrilling new destination, Nova Building, and Buckingham Palace.
Featuring interior design by FLINT, the crew that worked on interiors across the construction, the luxury penthouse received a particular interior styling by Bowler James Brindley.
They were inspired by the ‘modernist ideology of the 1960s and 70s’, the era that also informed the architectural design of the building, and the cultural scene of the period. Their mood board featured icons such as Le Corbusier, Verner Panton, The Rolling Stones and Twiggy.
The rectilinear façade, framed with bright blades in primary colors and composed of Portland stone, is a worthy neighbor to its Belgravia companions and although the construction holds 170 apartments it is compartmentalized into various house lots along the street.
While drawing on the artistic legacy of London architecture, the luxury penthouse includes all the contemporary facilities of any luxury residential building including a theater, gym, rooftop gardens and a smooth inhabitants room.
The open plan living, dining, and bar area feature bold furniture selections and strong graphics from Bowler James Brindley, which secure the luxury penthouse in a moment of daring living.
Two brushed brass hoop chairs, covered in bright red Kvadrat wool, by Lee Broom swing by the ground to roof windows: ‘The circular motifs of these swinging pieces are bold and uninhibited representing the spirit of the 60s period perfectly whilst their clean lines retain a place in contemporary London,’ say the team.