west india quay

The infinity edge pool on the 35th floor. The pool has a steam room, sauna and jacuzzi all with panoramic views over the docklands and east London

Situated alongside  Grade 1 listed buildings this project occupies a key landmark site that will be an icon amongst the new towers on the Isle of Dogs. Tasked with designing the interiors of the building we started by creating a landmark lobby, acting as a beacon across the dock just like the lighthouses of old.

With entrances from both the East and West a spine of arrival was created to link the two lobbies together. Floor three forms the podium and contains a children’s play area and a private outdoor terrace for the residents.

The building comprises of studios to three bedroom apartments across the 64 floors. The top floors contain a series of luxurious penthouses and duplexes.

Floor 35 is the heart of the building containing a gym & fitness studio, office, cinema, restaurant & bar, club room lounge and private dining faculties. Additionally a steam room and sauna surround a pool with a panoramic infinity edge providing the height of sky high luxury.

We worked closely with the Client , developing a palette of materials sensitively acknowledging and responding to the heritage and historic importance of the area.

The exterior designed by HOK. The interiors by Stuart Forbes Associates. West India Quay.
The welcoming beacon to West India Quay.
The club lounge for the residents of the tower. This room has incredible views of Canary Wharf and provides the ultimate space for relaxation.
The western foyer of development. Sail like panels surround a lighthouse inspired centre piece light all tying into the nautical these of the building.
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The interior of the 2 bedroom apartment, 
Apartment bathrooms - a palette of warm coper like materials and marbles are used.
The skyscraper has incredible views of London. Penthouses line the top the building, each with private terraces facing the setting sun to the west.