London’s Vibrant South Bank Welcomes Luxury Architectural Destination: Triptych Bankside
South Bank is arguably the most thriving destination in the city, peppered with iconic architecture. Adding to this vibrant landscape is the new Triptych Bankside.
London’s South Bank is a neighbourhood rich in culture, arts, gastronomy and history. It is also arguably the most thriving destination in the city, peppered with iconic architecture and, later this year, it will welcome a new addition to London’s skyline – Triptych Bankside.
The new, luxury architectural destination is set to offer 169 residences over two sweeping residential towers of 14 and 18 storeys. Nestled between two iconic London institutions, the Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe, it boasts breathtaking views over the River Thames across to St Paul’s Cathedral, The Shard and other of the city’s landmarks.
World-class theatres, entertainment venues and galleries sit moments away from the development and what’s more, the City of London is just a 10-minute walk away across the pedestrian Millennium Bridge. Also on the doorstep is the renowned culinary hotspot, Borough Market, offering foods from around the world.
Although Triptych Bankside will offer unparalleled access to everything that living in this area offers, its landscaped gardens will provide a leafy oasis in the midst of the area’s vibrancy. Residents will have exclusive access to a private lounge, a games room and a luxury private 14-seat cinema. Those working from home will have a co-workspace with multiple plug-and-play workstations at their disposal, along with super-fast broadband.
Designed by internationally renowned architects, Squire & Partners, Triptych Bankside’s striking aesthetic is inspired by the ebb and flow of the River Thames, and its striking waterside location. The range of studio, one, two, three and four bed apartments combine exacting design, unrivalled craftsmanship, technology and specification to stunning effect.
Reflecting inspired architectural design, all apartments are light-filled and, a rarity in the city, feature at least one spacious private terrace – a panoramic stage from which to admire London’s famed skyline.
Alongside the residential towers, a low-rise commercial building will incorporate a mix of independent cafés and stores on the ground and subterranean floors, as well as wellness and cultural spaces.
Triptych Bankside is offered by JTRE London, the UK branch of one of central Europe’s leading property developers, JTRE.
All images courtesy of Triptych Bankside.