Castro Wood Flooring: Landmark Pinnacle London
Landmark Pinnacle, London, is the third residential building created in collaboration between the architects Squire and Partners, and Chalegrove Properties. At 75 floors, Landmark Pinnacle is one of London’s tallest residential towers. Standing four-square at the head of south dock on the edge of canary wharf, these homes have a unique vantage point.
Landmark Pinnacle will provide the newest and final focal point alongside the 45-floor Landmark East and 30-floor Landmark West, which together form a masterplan that has been established over 10 years.
The three buildings are unified by their architecture and connected by waterfront pedestrian routes and landscaped areas, including a new sloping rooftop garden, Pinnacle Park, that can be walked onto directly from ground level and sits above a convenient but discreet retail pavilion
Landmark Pinnacle’s architects, Squire and Partners, have made a name for themselves as interior designers as well as award-winning architects. They have designed the interiors with three principles in mind: space and light, pure form, and sense of place. Every element has been carefully considered to create a design that is cohesive and consistent.
The residences lead off elegant carpeted lobbies with dark metal thresholds. Within each apartment, a neutral palette of white walls, timber Castro Wood floors and brushed chrome and black ironmongery lend each of the spaces a refined purity.
A stand-out feature of many of the residences is a winter garden which can be accessed from the living area and bedroom. It provides space to sit and even comfortably dine outdoors, bringing in the light and views without the accompanying drop in temperature.
The feel throughout is simple and sleek, with high-quality furnishings and fittings that complement, without detracting from, the spellbinding views across the water and landscape.
Beautiful wood flooring from Castro Wood Floors completes the residences, adding to the overall sense of refined and sophisticated living. When it comes to elegant, quality flooring, nothing else compares.
The open-plan kitchens create a convivial, combined dining and social space. There is a beauty and simplicity in the splashback, worktops and island unit, which chimes with the clean, pure form of the building itself.
In the loft apartments, a partition wall provides a flexible division between the living and sleeping areas, while still enabling each room to benefit from the full-height vistas over the surrounding landscape.
The spaces are homely, without any intrusive adornment. A feeling of high quality is given throughout by muted, natural tones from a palette that is deeper and richer than in the mid-level residences, with a black marble feature wall in the bathroom, dark splashback and island, stone kitchen worktops and walnut-veneer kitchen cupboards.
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