Completed in 1960, Television Centre pulls on Mid-century Modern influences and set the tone for a decade of bold, user-centric architecture. Characterised by mosaic tiling and original Crittall windows, it makes for an instantly recognisable setting. On the highest level, a penthouse apartment designed by Coffey Architects overlooks the West London roofscape. On the other side, the home offers an…
Completed in 1960, Television Centre pulls on Mid-century Modern influences and set the tone for a decade of bold, user-centric architecture. Characterised by mosaic tiling and original Crittall windows, it makes for an instantly recognisable setting. On the highest level, a penthouse apartment designed by Coffey Architects overlooks the West London roofscape. On the other side, the home offers an elevated perspective on the iconic courtyard below, governed over by a bronze of Helios.
An entranceway follows the gentle curvature of the building before expanding into a large, open-plan reception room. Stone flooring flows past a geometric room divider and into a separate kitchen. Arranged around a waterfall marble island, this space enjoys integrated appliances and sleek, minimalistic cabinetry. The oversized filaments of pendant lighting cast a gentle glow over the breakfast bar while a full-height glass door invites sunlight in and slides to grant access to a south-facing terrace.
Sculptural orb chandeliers crown the living and dining spaces of the reception room, forming a connection between the two. Dual-aspect floor-to-ceiling glazing draws natural light into the space, creating a refreshing atmosphere. A small terrace provides far-reaching vistas while an additional decked terrace, around which the plan is arranged, pairs panoramic, eighth-floor views with a large outside space for relaxing or entertaining.
The principal bedroom suite also has access to the central terrace. A calming space, this room pairs sisal carpet with stylish wall lights and features a dressing area and a marble-wrapped en suite with a bath and a walk-in shower. Two additional bedrooms feature fitted storage, terrace access and en suites which each benefit from eye-catching brass accents and baths with integrated rainfall showers.
*Bedroom images are indicative only and represent a different apartment by Coffey Architects
Open-plan reception room with terrace access
Modern kitchen with terrace access
Principal bedroom suite with dressing area
Two further bedroom suites, one with a dressing area
Several terraces, serving all three bedrooms
Gym access and 24-hour concierge
Private underground parking for three cars
London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham
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Bordered by Hammersmith Park and moments from some of the area’s best shops and restaurants, Television Centre sits in the heart of West London. Start your day with a morning swim in the rooftop pool at White City House – part of the same complex. Head downstairs for brunch at Bluebird before taking in the lawns, wooded walks and Japanese Garden of Hammersmith Park. Just four minutes from your front door, Westfield is the largest shopping centre in the UK. Visit The Village for Louis Vuitton, Prada and Mulberry. With Wood Lane station just two minutes away, the city is also within easy reach.
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