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Located in Nine Elms, London’s largest transformation project, Nine Elms Point comprises residential, retail and office space as well as the new underground station entrance for the Northern line extension.
At the heart of the 13 acre site is a new Sainsbury’s superstore. The residential arrangement of seven buildings, from seven to thirty seven storeys, is adjacent and above the store. An extensive roof terrace of beautifully landscaped gardens provides a peaceful sanctuary.
Three towers of 19, 28 and 37 storeys and four further buildings will provide a range of apartments, including shared ownership. The towers are slender forms marking the corners, gaps, entrances and circulation to the site and the store. They are orientated to maximise the best views available and create a series of edges or blades.
The distinctive, metallic façade finishes to the towers are a reference to Banham lock makers who once owned a production facility nearby. Distinct shimmering surfaces will form a striking appearance, in sunlight.
New improvements to the public spaces include a pedestrian route, landscaped square and crossings on Wandsworth Road. The superstore and many of the new homes are complete with the tallest tower and the new Nine Elms tube station under construction.
Contact: Charles Graham, Michal Seczkowski, Matthew Gray