The captivating view of Lombard Wharf beautifully illustrates the remarkable optical design of this sculpted building by the award-winning Patel Taylor Architects.
The inspiration behind the design of Lombard Wharf was a central theme of flow – its riverside location in Battersea, London being highly influential. The two degree twists on each floor as the 28-storey building rises create a curved contemporary feel. Wraparound balconies appear as a series of rotating discs.
The residential scheme will accommodate 134 apartments plus ground floor commercial space with a double-height glazed lobby. Its plectrum-shaped footprint is designed to maximise the available provision of public space.
Wintech have been involved in this project since 2015 and have assisted the team throughout the duration of the project with the delivery of services aimed at reducing cost and improving the finished quality. Services included assisting with the subcontractor selection, design audits and monitoring of the work as it was completed during the construction phase.
Our clients Barratt London were Highly Commended for Lombard Wharf at the Housebuilder Awards 2016. The new residences have achieved Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 and a BREEAM “Excellent” rating.
Photographs courtesy of Mark Doyle of Barratt London and Greg Sinclair of Wintech