Southbank Place

Southbank Place is located on the site of the pioneering Festival of Britain, inaugurated by King George VI in 1951. Conceived as a celebration across London and the UK to showcase the very best of British creative talent, the festival was an instant success and left a lasting legacy still felt today.

Inspired by the festival’s spirit of creativity and innovation, the designs for Southbank Place celebrate the work of sculptor and architect Eduardo Chillida, creating exclusive residences conceptually carved into London’s Southbank. The carefully considered interiors maximise the open aspect, the natural light and the superb views across the Thames — a panorama expanding from The Palace of Westminster to St. James Park and beyond.

Client:
Canary Wharf Group and Qatari Diar
Architect:
Squire and Partners and Stanton Williams
Unit number:
107 Units
Scope:
Premium apartments, penthouses and public spaces
Area:
From 675 sqm / 7,265 sqft to 779 sqm / 8,385 sqft
Completion:
2018