- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Unique 9th Floor Apartment in a 10 Floor Element Block
- Balcony Views of the River Thames and Jubilee Gardens
- Air Conditioning
- Private Residents Gym and Swimming Pool
- Close to Public Transport Links
- Completion September 2019
- 1887 Square Foot
- Private Relaxation Lounge
A breathtaking 9th Floor Three Bedroom Three Apartment available within the award winning development of Belvedere Gardens within the iconic Shell Centre site with a Gross Internal Area of 1887 Square Foot.
Seven new buildings around the existing Shell Centre are Belvedere Gardens, Thirty Casson Square, The Belvedere, One Southbank Place, One Casson Square, Four Casson Square, Two Southbank Place.
97 high-quality apartments with breath-taking views. Launched in 2016.
The show was apartment set within the spectacular Grade II listed County Hall building.
Designed by Craig Casci / GRID Architects. The designs were influenced by the Festival of Britain, a national exhibition held in 1951. In the wake of World War II, the exhibition symbolised a strong spirit of recovery and rejuvenation. The bronze Festival Star is subtly replicated throughout Belvedere Gardens, masterfully etched onto the façade.
The apartments are arranged across the 10 and 20 storey elements of the building offering 1, 2 and 3 bedroom units, including penthouses at the top levels. Interior design by Martin Goddard / Goddard Littlefair.
The award-winning architecture practice undertook extensive research into the emblem, which was originally created by influential British graphic designer, Abram Games, and how it could be incorporated into the façade. The architectural team worked tirelessly to make the emblem fit geometrically onto bespoke folded aluminium panels.
To achieve the best results, each panel has been tested extensively in centres in Germany for strength, water resistance and colouring. In addition, the panels were tested for noise and ground wind reduction in a wind tunnel – used to test high-power race cars - at Southampton University, also used to test high-power cars. The panels are incredibly detailed, featuring alternate perforated holes and embossed dimples, with light-sensitive paint, so that the façade appears to transform with the movement of the sun throughout the day. The bronze colouring pays homage to the nearby Palace of Westminster, and is echoed throughout the exquisite interiors, by Goddard Littlefair.