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Evening Standard, Homes & Property

October, 2016

In the heart of the capital and 23 floors up, this new home truly hits the heights.

The concept of penthouse living was born in Twenties New York. The Manhattan skyline was rising, and developers began creating premium homes in the sky. The residents of those early penthouse apartments must have believed they were living at the very heights of luxury. But top-level living has stood the test of time and almost a century on, the standards of contemporary penthouses would astonish those denizens of the Jazz Age.

A complete one-off, the 2,136 sq ft Triplex penthouse takes over the entire top three floors of the building and is blessed with staggering views of London’s skyline including the City, the River Thames, the Houses of Parliament, and Battersea. Even the elegant, white marble bathroom has been designed so that you can luxuriate in the tub while watching the river below.

Floor-to-ceiling windows provide astonishing natural light, with the interios designed by the award-winning interior design practice, Honky, which has selected a palette of calm neutrals and luxe textures. Attention to detail in this home is so great that the new owner will even be given the designer clothes that have been selected and displayed in the penthouse dressing room.

View more images of Parliament House in our portfolio.

Love London in every direction

October 21, 2016

In the heart of the capital and 23 floors up, this new home truly hits the heights.

The concept of penthouse living was born in Twenties New York. The Manhattan skyline was rising, and developers began creating premium homes in the sky. The residents of those early penthouse apartments must have believed they were living at the very heights of luxury. But top-level living has stood the test of time and almost a century on, the standards of contemporary penthouses would astonish those denizens of the Jazz Age.

A complete one-off, the 2,136 sq ft Triplex penthouse takes over the entire top three floors of the building and is blessed with staggering views of London’s skyline including the City, the River Thames, the Houses of Parliament, and Battersea. Even the elegant, white marble bathroom has been designed so that you can luxuriate in the tub while watching the river below.

Floor-to-ceiling windows provide astonishing natural light, with the interios designed by the award-winning interior design practice, Honky, which has selected a palette of calm neutrals and luxe textures. Attention to detail in this home is so great that the new owner will even be given the designer clothes that have been selected and displayed in the penthouse dressing room.

View more images of Parliament House in our portfolio.