Centre Point
Almacantar
Interiors
 
We have been appointed to revive Centre Point’s iconic 34-storey tower, in collaboration with Almacantar and Rick Mather Architects. The brief is to make good on original developer Harry Hyams’ promise of a thriving London landmark.

The new scheme includes change of use from office to 82 high-end residential apartments that range from 80 sqm homes to a spectacular 600 sqm double-level penthouse apartment. Our appointment covers full services from planning through to completion for shell and core, interior design and apartment fit-out.
 
The design of the inside of the building reflects the very graphic spirit of the existing building, but also creates a journey of moving from introverted internal serving spaces (bathrooms, kitchens and circulation) to served extroverted spaces (studies, bedrooms, living rooms). Moving from dark, warm and enclosed spaces towards open, bright and naturally lit spaces that directly engage with the theatre of the spectacular, panoramic views across London.
 
Photography by Luke Hayes and Charlie Dailey
We have been appointed to revive Centre Point’s iconic 34-storey tower, in collaboration with Almacantar and Rick Mather Architects. The brief is to make good on original developer Harry Hyams’ promise of a thriving London landmark.

The new scheme includes change of use from office to 82 high-end residential apartments that range from 80 sqm homes to a spectacular 600 sqm double-level penthouse apartment. Our appointment covers full services from planning through to completion for shell and core, interior design and apartment fit-out.
 
The design of the inside of the building reflects the very graphic spirit of the existing building, but also creates a journey of moving from introverted internal serving spaces (bathrooms, kitchens and circulation) to served extroverted spaces (studies, bedrooms, living rooms). Moving from dark, warm and enclosed spaces towards open, bright and naturally lit spaces that directly engage with the theatre of the spectacular, panoramic views across London.
 
Photography by Luke Hayes and Charlie Dailey
 
 
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