Wardian London


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Wardian London’s architectural and interior design stems from a simple botanical glass container ‘The Wardian Case’ invented by the great explorer and adventurer Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward, as a way of transporting plant life across vast distances.

The GHA interiors team have worked seamlessly with the design and architectural team to achieve a unified delivery of the project, a requirement which was critical to the developer.

A focus on precision and detail runs seamlessly from outside to inside the building, with the interior delivering spaces which are both elegant and functional. The architectural specification of glass and bronze runs through to the interior palette and has been utilised in all public areas and the entrance lobby.

Each of the private apartments also follow the Wardian style and detailing, with black and white marble chevron floors sitting harmoniously alongside reed glass screens. Kitchens incorporate meticulously detailed reeded glass cabinets to reflect the signature Wardian theme. Floor to ceiling windows and doors flood the living and sleeping spaces with natural light and allow the apartments to be opened onto generous private gardens with spectacular views across London.

Exceptional-quality penthouses feature a bespoke staircase, finely detailed joinery, floor to ceiling glazed doors with crittall frames and chef-standard kitchens.