Sumptuously equipped apartment in London overlooking Hyde Park

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Location: London, UK

Price: 19 million pounds (23.3 million dollars)

Perched on the 11th floor of the Tower Apartments in the new residential development of The Bryanston—Almacantar in the heart of London—This three-bedroom apartment enjoys an above-all location in London’s West End, with sweeping southerly views over Hyde Park.

The development represents renowned Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly’s first luxury residential building in the UK, and the latest project completed by prominent developer Almacantar.

The nearly 3,000 square foot unit is the second model, or show, apartment to launch at the Bryanston. It was designed by award-winning interior design firm David Collins Studio, under the direction of Nick Vinson of Vinson&Co.

Simon Hasan’s custom study furniture includes a freeform desk and shelving unit, both crafted from European oak, antique brass detailing and signature Bentley Green Connolly Vaumol leather.

Kate Martin

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The apartment’s interiors celebrate contemporary British design, including established and emerging talent, many of whom are London-based artists, sculptors and artisans, according to listing agent Rupert des Forges. The result is an eye-catching, playful apartment that takes inspiration from the expansive surroundings of Hyde Park. The furniture, included in the sale price, includes vintage pieces and specially commissioned new works.

“Each piece has its own color story which is achieved through a multitude of materials,” said Ian Watson, founder of David Collins Studio. “From the sunshine-yellow velvet mohair in the reception room to the cameo-pink hallway featuring a cast Jesmonite floral relief in a tonal hue by British sculptor Lucy Smith, to the Connolly green leather-trimmed study ‘Bentley’ and the ‘pigeon shaded ” Master bedroom wrapped in Loro Piana cashmere wool.

The master bedroom walls themselves have been covered in Loro Piana’s ‘Shaded Cloud’ cashmere wool fabric, along with the bedroom furniture and curtains.

Kate Martin


The 2,923 square foot apartment features three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It is one of 54 units in Bryanston’s Tower Apartments and is located on the 11th or 16th floor.


The Bryanston has two floors of wellness amenities, including a spa with a 25-meter indoor pool, hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room, relaxation areas, and a private treatment room. These sit alongside a resident gym and private workout rooms serviced by MER World Scandinavian personal trainers. Amenities are complemented by 24-hour security, concierge services managed by Rhodium, a cinema room and a children’s play area.

Within the unit itself, there is an exercise area in the master suite, as well as an office accessible from the entrance hall without going through the main residence, which would be practical for meetings, according to M. des Forges.

Every room in the house has been adorned with a scent from perfumer H, including a custom cedarwood candle created exclusively for the master suite, ivy in the hallway, and pine in the office.

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The Bryanston is located directly on the northeast corner of iconic Hyde Park, which includes 350 acres of green space. Standing 16 stories high, the Tower Apartments enjoy unobstructed, uninterrupted views of the park.

The development forms part of Almacantar’s wider Marble Arch Place master plan. Marble Arch Place was “previously an eyesore”, according to Mr des Forges, but is being transformed by Rafael Viñoly into a mixed-use destination, intended to offer a curated selection of restaurants, retail and leisure, as well than 95,000 square feet of premium office space. “The entire Marble Arch Place estate is a gateway to Marylebone [and] the West End of London,” Mr des Forges said.

Being in the heart of London, residents of The Bryanston are also within walking distance of some of the best retail experiences in Europe, from high-end fashion boutiques like Chanel and Hermès and department stores like Selfridges, to independent boutiques. and the famous Michelin-starred restaurants of Marylebone and Mayfair. There’s also a recently opened Nobu Hotel just around the corner from Portland Square – a chic five-star hotel offering a range of luxury wellness and dining facilities.

Agent: Rupert des Forges, Frankish Knight

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