This three-bedroom apartment in a waterside location combines warehouse living with an unrivaled focus on detail and understated luxury. The architects have delivered an exemplary finish with special attention paid to high quality materials that complement the building’s industrial heritage. Ransome's Dock is one of the most sought after enclaves of Battersea. Just a short walk from one of London’s most spectacular green spaces – Battersea Park, the apartment counts the iconic architecture practice of Sir Norman Foster and the fashion house of Vivienne Westwood as nearby neighbours.
The main open-plan living area is striking in both size and design. The materials used throughout have been meticulously considered – polished concrete floors run seamlessly through the main reception area, kitchen and bedrooms; a curved feature wall clad in solid oak connects the room to the hallway and the industrial history of the building is reflected with exposed raw concrete pillars and high concrete ceilings. A series of double doors all open out to a south facing terrace, which becomes a continuation of the flexible living space.