Foster + Partners just unveiled new images of the much-anticipated Battersea Power Station project - including Frank Gehry's wild-looking "Flower" Building. The undulating tower will be Gehry's first project in London, and no two apartments will be the same. The release of the new visuals coincides with news that the project's 1,305 apartments will go on sale this month. With studios starting at £500,000 and four-bedrooms running up to £3.2 million, the pretty images will have to be sufficient for most.
The images reveal new details for the third phase of the £8 billion project, which will renovate the iconic Battersea Power Station overlooking the Thames River. Interested buyers can now get a more detailed glimpse into the interior of Foster’s “Battersea Roof Gardens” building as well as Frank Gehry’s “Prospect Place” and “Flower” buildings. All of the apartments were designed to offer incredible views, and future residents will have access to a lounge and other communal amenities.
Due to the irregular shape of the structures, no two apartments in the Gehry-designed buildings will be identical. However, the overall interior design of the apartments is reportedly Japanese-inspired, “particular with the idea of layering of walls and sliding panels.”