Stanton Williams’ design for Riverwalk, a unique residential development on the River Thames at the heart of London, is nearly complete.
Taken yesterday, this photo shows one of the two organically shaped buildings on the site, which together provide 116 new residential apartments for London, in a valuable location just moments from Tate Britain and a broad range of cultural, transport and shopping amenities.
The building is formed of ’strata’: curved horizontal bands of limestone at each floor level that alternate with bronze coloured metal and glass bands to form windows and balconies. Stanton Williams' Director Alan Stanton said “The architectural concept takes its inspiration from the sinuous curves of the river as it winds past the site. The building’s gentle, interlocking form responds to this movement and opens up the residential apartments to the panoramic river views. The distinctive canopied entrance will enhance the building’s unique identity.”