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Conran and Partners apartment by Centre Point Residences

Centre Point Residences form a unique architectural element in the London skyline. The homes are set in one of the capital's finest examples of brutalist architecture, a 20th century landmark by architect Richard Seifert, originally designed in 1966 and listed in the mid-1990s. As part of a revitalisation and repurposing programme that has seen the previously empty and neglected landmark building completely refreshed, architecture and interior design studio Conran and Partners reimagined the building for the 21st century. Now the practice has unveiled the interiors of one of its showpiece apartments.

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Centre Point Residences exhibition by Conran and Partners

By May 2024, only three-bedroom apartments were left for sale in the building. The project's developer, Almacantar, asked Conran and Partners to add its magic to one of them – a spacious 200 m² three-bedroom apartment from the property's “Vantage” collection.

Long window at Centre Point Residences

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The interior was designed to give the feeling of a “journey” through the large house. Designers have filled the rooms with furniture and artwork, creating an apartment interior design with plenty of cozy, intimate moments – despite the generous size of the property – while maintaining the feeling of spatial luxury that the size of the house offers.

Dining area at Centre Point Residences

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Examples of artworks in it include a marble piece by Kevin Francis Gray from his 2020 Tear down Series that welcomes the visitor upon arrival in the private lobby; Voewooda work by British artist Roger Ackling in the dining area; and the shelves in the private study, which are decorated with Pascal Converts Heart of Glass #6.

Bedroom wall of Centre Point Residences

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Tim Bowder-Ridger, Director and Partner at Conran and Partners, added: “Although Centre Point was originally conceived as an office building, our continued collaboration with Almacantar has seen it naturally transform into modern residential homes. The building’s architecture is effortlessly elegant through its proportions and simple graphic clarity – this has created a distinct personality that has stood the test of time.

Bedroom view of Centre Point Residences

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“The vision for this newest apartment demonstrates how a resident can express their own taste through an eclectic but carefully selected collection of furniture and artwork, as well as an understanding of the spirit of the building's architecture and cultural city life.”

Sitting area at Centre Point Residences

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