Surrounded on three sides by the River Thames, the 150-acre Greenwich Peninsula development in Zone 2 London is one of the largest urban regeneration schemes in the UK, offering 48 acres of public space at the cutting-edge Design District and some 15,000 new homes in seven riverside resvidential neighbourhoods, including the premium No.5 Upper Riverside.
A new addition to the London skyline, Upper Riverside comprises five prism-shaped glass towers by leading global architecture practice SOM, boasting panoramic views either across the river or the cityscape. Developed by Knight Dragon, Upper Riverside brings together a mix of British design icons for each building, including Tom Dixon and Studio Ashby, with a captivating penthouse collection fashioned by interior firm Design Haus Liberty. The penthouses enjoy exceptional views, abundant green spaces, a host of amenities and a thriving cultural scene on the doorstep.
For the two and three-bedroom penthouses, Design Haus Liberty employs a minimalist approach informed by nature, taking inspiration from the views of the Greenwich Peninsula and its surroundings. To maximise light and the flow of space, the penthouses feature sculptural curved walls alongside textural materials including green veined marble, raw timber, exposed concrete and distressed brass. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the river and skyline, allowing light to admit into every space while connecting residents to the nature outside.