The redevelopment of the Tower View property, on the river Thames, comprises of five luxury apartments and one duplex penthouse, featuring a roof terrace with stunning views over Butlers Wharf and the Shard. Originally a 1980s office block, the building was remodelled and designed with the expertise of interior architecture and design consultancy – Interior Architecture UK – to create luxury contemporary residences with wonderful views of the London skyline.

Each apartment and penthouse within Tower View was designed individually and included six unique kitchens and thirteen different bathrooms and ensuites, offering Solus Ceramics the opportunity to showcase a wide range of beautiful products.

Luxury living with priceless views across the Thames

Specially selected tiles were sourced from a selection of natural materials specifically chosen for the sophisticated scheme of each bathroom and en suite.

All of the bathroom concepts showcase tiles from Solus Ceramics’ wealth of ranges and were enhanced with decorative mosaic designs to create eye catching features. Products included the unique Dior chocolate marble, subtle grey limestone and mosaics in bronze and black Testi De Moro and mother of pearl. En suites that were designed with a curved shower wall were complemented with iridescent, multi-tonal mosaics, adding texture and a play of light. In contrast to the intricate detailing, the marble and limestone was laid in larger formats, providing a contemporary base.

Specially sourced natural materials were specifically chosen for each individual bathroom and en suite

Ann Loxley, Director at Interior Architecture UK, said, “Tower View was a very prestigious project to work on, seeing the transformation of a traditional office block into exquisite residences.

“Interior Architecture UK were the sole designers on the Tower View apartments and worked closely with the developer to ensure their vision was met. With such a prestigious location, it was vital that all the materials used echoed the elegance of the wonderful views over the River Thames.

“The main criteria set out by the developer was to ensure each apartment had its own unique styling, setting out a precedence of different finishes in every aspect of the design. To guarantee each bathroom had its own identity, we needed to make sure we had a wide range of materials to choose from so that each property had its own individual style.”

Images Courtesy of Interior Architecture UK