Kew Bridge Road Flats, London Property Images, Residential Building Photos, English Design
Kew Bridge Road Flats
West London Building Photos: British Property Development Pictures
4 Oct 2009
Kew Bridge Road Building
Photographs © Nick Weall
Kew Bridge Road Flats
Flats on A315 (High St, Brentford) continuation of Kew Bridge Rd, quite near Kew Bridge
Location: Kew Bridge Road, south west London, south east England, UK
Contemporary London Architecture
London Architecture Designs – chronological list
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Kew Bridge Road Context
Key Buildings close to (north of) Kew Bridge Road:
Empress State Building
Tree Top Walkway
Tree Top Walkway Kew
Inspired by the nature that surrounds the site, Marks Barfield sought to develop a design rationale that would have a subtle relationship with its natural environment. Julia Barfield, Principal, explains, “we wanted the walkway to be a visually light, discreet presence, at ease in its natural surroundings; while at the same time being unashamedly man-made.
The plan is essentially that of a three story rectangular red brick storage vault, linked to the main building by a western red cedar and glass clad cylindrical three storey building which also houses the reception, library and a circular reading room. The buildings are arranged to create a new entrance courtyard to the side of the main building.
Kew Bridge West, Kew Bridge Road, Brentford, London TW8 0EF
“A contemporary collection of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments offering all the benefits of city apartment living within beautifully landscaped surroundings.”
Kew Bridge Road Property
A prestigious new residential community is blossoming on the banks of the River Thames. An elegant mix of apartments and penthouses with a public piazza and superlative amenities, Kew Bridge is a new riverside landmark.
London Property Designs
London Residential Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:
Dukes House, Alexandra Palace, Muswell Hill
Structural Engineer: TZG Partnership
photograph : Will Pryce
Muswell Hill House
Oak Hill House, Hampstead, Northwest London
Design: Claridge Architects
photograph : Simon Kennedy
New Hampstead House
London Architecture Photos taken by Nick Weall with a Nikon D700 using either a 14-24mm Nikkor Lens or a 24-70mm Nikkor lens. All images taken with a tripod. All images are available for purchase, please contact info(at)e-architect.com
Kew Bridge London
Kew Bridge is a Grade II listed bridge over the River Thames in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and the London Borough of Hounslow. The present bridge, which was opened in 1903 as King Edward VII Bridge by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, was designed by John Wolfe-Barry and Cuthbert A Brereton. Historic England listed it at Grade II in 1983.
Kew Bridge crosses the River Thames between Kew Green in Kew on the south bank and Brentford on the north bank. It is immediately adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens on the Kew side of the river and the former Grand Junction Waterworks Company buildings (now the London Museum of Water & Steam) on the north.
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