Carlow House
11/12/2014 by Buildington
Galliard Homes has unveiled London’s largest Winter Garden at the launch of their exclusive new development, Carlow House.

Situated in the heart of NW1, one of London’s most sought-after postcodes and skirting Regent’s Park, Carlow House will redefine elevated, luxury living in the city.

Inspired by innovative New York developments that seamlessly integrate winter gardens with cutting-edge designs, such as One57 and the Diane Von Furstenberg Studio, Galliard Homes presents London’s response - trendy, Manhattan-style lofts positioned around a magnificent, four-storey atrium that will boast a surreal, ‘floating forest.’

Set behind an impressive Edwardian warehouse façade, Carlow House has been transformed into an outstanding example of 1930’s art deco architecture. Created by award-winning international designer Rabih Hage, the grand centrepiece of this building will be a vast, communal courtyard, bursting with a wonderful variety of lush plants. Paved pathways and strategically-placed seating areas will border this charming, urban woodland. Elegant trees in oversized planters will adorn the rising levels on the walls of the atrium, creating spatial variety and an intriguing blend of natural beauty and industrial design.

The multi-faceted glass atrium will serve as a colossal chandelier, illuminating all 85 apartments within Carlow House with an abundance of natural light. Emphasising the distinction between the new and the old, the lofts will feature what designer Rabih Hage calls the “roughlux” look; a funky combination of the rough and the luxurious in the form of lavish interiors with polished finishes that contrast with classic warehouse features, such as exposed brickwork and brushed metal.

David Galman, Sales Director at Galliard Homes is very proud of the prestigious new development and says,

“In New York at present the most fashionable pads are loft schemes with greenery and glass-roofed atrium gardens. Carlow House is London’s response, with its huge central garden – the largest in a London housing project – and lofts that offer the very best of the historic and the new, with a grand period façade, behind which will be brand new homes.”

The one and two bedroom lofts will all have a spacious living and dining area with an open-plan, slate grey kitchen, complete with Smeg integrated appliances. Bedrooms will include full height, built-in wardrobes, ambient dimmer lighting and some will even have luxurious en-suite facilities. Bathrooms will provide the ultimate in decadence and style, with high-gloss white wall tiles, a steel bath, vintage-style shower and underfloor heating.

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Source: Galliard Homes
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