Apartments

The newly refurbished 146 apartments, range in size from one to four bedrooms. Working closely with our design partners, SEW (STUDIO EGRET WEST) and ARD (AB ROGERS DESIGN), we have created a collection of distinctive interiors that make the most of the generous interior space, new layouts and incredible views across East, South and West London.

The new apartments have been sensitively reconfigured for open-plan living, allowing more natural light into the flats by bringing the kitchen into the main living area, separated by the counter and high-level units, the feeling of space is maximised throughout the apartment, often allowing views right from the front door to the city skyline beyond.

The newly refurbished 146 apartments, range in size from one to four bedrooms. Working closely with our design partners, SEW (STUDIO EGRET WEST) and ARD (AB ROGERS DESIGN), we have created a collection of distinctive interiors that make the most of the generous interior space, new layouts and incredible views across East, South and West London.

The new apartments have been sensitively reconfigured for open-plan living, allowing more natural light into the flats by bringing the kitchen into the main living area, separated by the counter and high-level units, the feeling of space is maximised throughout the apartment, often allowing views right from the front door to the city skyline beyond.

146 Apartments
28 Storeys
3 Design Types

Studio Egret West have used natural materials and distinctive colours to complement Balfron Tower’s exposed concrete finishes. Finishes include birch faced ply and terrazzo, with cork and linoleum flooring. The space efficient bathrooms are finished with terrazzo tiles, mirrors and integrated cabinetry inspired in part by Goldfinger’s own house at willow road, Hampstead.

STUDIO
EGRET WEST

Studio Egret West have used natural materials and distinctive colours to complement Balfron Tower’s exposed concrete finishes. Finishes include birch faced ply and terrazzo, with cork and linoleum flooring. The space efficient bathrooms are finished with terrazzo tiles, mirrors and integrated cabinetry inspired in part by Goldfinger’s own house at willow road, Hampstead.

HERITAGE

Six different apartment types in the original scheme have been carefully retained in six ‘heritage’ flats, all of which preserve the layouts drawn up by Goldfinger’s office back in the 1960s.

Wherever possible, materials have been sourced to match those specified by Goldfinger, while still retaining contemporary standards of efficiency, function and purpose.

Inspired by a modern take on brutalism, the design utilises raw, high precision manufactured materials that retain an honest finish. A muted palette is paired with open shelving and cabinetry in the kitchens and in the bathroom oversized tiles and coloured ceilings, inspired by colour palettes from the Goldfinger archives, work to enhance the sense of space.

AB ROGERS DESIGN