London's South Bank - Undisclosed Luxury Apartment Development
For the last decade London's South bank has been under going massive redevelopment of its residential properties. For many years south of the river was seen as a rich cultural hub, with buildings such as the Royal Festival Hall, National Theater and the Old Vic attracting fans of the arts from all over the world.
Despite this heritage the majority of housing redevelopment has taken place north of the river. But now due to shortages in available land and properties the London regeneration has spread to the south bank of the river and is rapidly spreading along the south bank of the river. The last ten years has seen a significant increase in the number of multi million pound, high end residential proprieties.
In March 2014, the finishing touches were applied to a luxury development over looking the now infamous Millenium Bridge. These ultra exclusive one and two bedroom apartments sell in excess of £1m and have the ultra chic interior design to match the price tag. With the external view an important part of the properties desirablity, it was important that all windows were in the open living spaces. This lead to the problem of the bathrooms being situated on the inner side of each apartment, with no natural source of light if the dividing wall was solid. The solution was to install a glass product that could be switched depending on the level of privacy required. This let a huge amount of natural light in from the windows, in fact, for the more daring it is possible to take a bath or shower whilst looking down the River Thames.
ESG Product Supplied: Bathroom Partition
ESG Switchable™ panel