Stunning Penthouse designed by Television Centre’s lead architects and Stirling Prize winners, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.
Iconic former home of British broadcasting
London’s largest private gym, swimming pool, sauna, steam room and hamam
3 active television studios
24-hour resident’s concierge, lobby, private lounge and screening room
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This flagship penthouse was designed by Television Centre’s lead architects and Stirling Prize winners, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris.
It tells a story of generous spaces and modernist clarity. It’s a penthouse in the middle of west London that’s as much indoors as it is outdoors. It’s this understated luxury and the rich history of Television Centre that makes it unlike anywhere else. The layout is an expression of pure architectural form. The result is a wide open living space, punctuated by intimate spaces within it. The interiors are well connected to the generous terraces for true indoor-outdoor living.
Paul Monaghan, a founding partner of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, was the lead architect in the tremendous task of reimaging the entire masterplan of Television Centre. His astute architectural sensibility can be seen and felt in the Penthouse and throughout all of Television Centre.
The dramatic penthouse is flooded with natural light and open spaces the detail-oriented architectural vision of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris does not skip a beat.