Set within The Brick – a brand-new development in Westbourne Park – this three-bedroom penthouse apartment sets a new benchmark for city living, with design by architects Stiff + Trevillion. Across its spacious footprint, expect carefully-considered interior design, state-of-the-art technologies and panoramic views over London. The Brick’s striking exterior was designed with reference to 20th century architect, Edwin Lutyens. A…
Set within The Brick – a brand-new development in Westbourne Park – this three-bedroom penthouse apartment sets a new benchmark for city living, with design by architects Stiff + Trevillion. Across its spacious footprint, expect carefully-considered interior design, state-of-the-art technologies and panoramic views over London.
The Brick’s striking exterior was designed with reference to 20th century architect, Edwin Lutyens. A pioneer of the Arts and Crafts movement, Lutyens was famed for his brickwork and stone masonry, use of local materials and simple yet solid structural form. His architectural vernacular is evidenced in the premium Petersen Tegl mixed-brick façade, interspersed with clean-line balconies and glazing.
From the entrance lobby, take the lift to the twelfth storey. Engineered timber floors lead from the hallway into an expansive open-plan kitchen, dining and reception room. There’s a luminosity to the space, courtesy of the white matte emulsion walls and ceilings – brightened further by sunlight that pours through a series of full-height glass doors. At one end, the Wilson Frank kitchen makes a bold statement with black tongue-and-groove cabinetry, a copper sink and bronzed glass splashback. High spec appliances by Miele and Bosch are neatly integrated, while a dramatic pendant light softly illuminates the metal-topped central island. The rest of the room can be delineated between dining and seating zones, while the eye is drawn to an ambient suspended fireplace. Outside lies a large roof terrace, where brick columns give way to sweeping vistas across the city’s inimitable skyline.
Contemporary and calming, the principal bedroom suite is all pared-back interiors and swathes of natural light. Set on luxury Dorset twist carpet, the double bed faces onto full-height glazing that opens directly onto a second terrace. Behind a partition wall, a dedicated dressing area is crafted with bespoke wooden shelving. Beyond, the en suite bathroom has been finished with flawless attention to detail. The timeless Drummonds freestanding bath is backdropped by a parquet tile wall. A marble-topped dual vanity – complete with gilded Hansgrohe taps – has a playful twist with bold botanic wallpaper. A frosted Crittall-style door reveals a large rainfall shower wrapped in muted mosaic stone tiles. Two further bedroom suites, which offer versatility to be used as studies or exercise rooms, also enjoy far-reaching views across the surrounding cityscape.
Residents can also make use of two communal gardens; verdant, landscaped spaces that belie The Brick’s thoroughly urban location. Inspired by celebrated horticulturalist Gertrude Jekyll and her partnership with Edwin Lutyens, the sprawling roof terrace showcases perennials and planters contained in red brick parapets. It’s one of London’s largest private roof terraces – tailor-made to capitalise on London’s warmer months.
Design by Stiff + Trevillion
360-degree aspect penthouse apartment
Open-plan kitchen, dining and reception room
Principal bedroom suite with dressing area
Two further bedroom suites
Private roof terrace
Residents’ communal garden
Lobby with concierge service
Secure underground parking and cycle storage
City of Westminster
Outside lies a large roof terrace, where brick columns give way to sweeping vistas across London’s inimitable skyline.
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Caught between Notting Hill, Maida Hill and North Kensington, The Brick is located in one of London’s most eclectic and sought-after spots. There’s a community feel to Golborne Road, where locals flock to Lisboa and Layla Bakery for freshly-baked goods. Retail therapy comes in the form of Portobello Road’s vintage boutiques, or Westfield Shopping Centre’s world-class retailers. Stroll down Little Venice, the tranquil towpath lined with colourful barges and handsome Georgian townhouses. Stop by the Theatre Café before seeing a show at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, a fixture in the capital’s summertime calendar. Or for something closer to home, it’s a short walk to local landmark The Electric Cinema – followed by dinner at Laylow.
3 bedroom home in Maida Hill
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