This Month in Premier Construction 27.5
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Construction.
In this month’s issue we take a look at No.1 Grosvenor Square & Lincoln Square; we check out The Twist and we explore Magazine London.
Due to complete in 2020, No.1 Grosvenor Square will comprise 39 lateral apartments, five duplex apartments and a penthouse. The super-prime residential scheme will offer views across the London skyline as well as a dedicated lifestyle floor with a 25m pool, state-of-the-art gymnasium with a personal training room, private spa and treatment rooms, private screening room, lounge bar with billiard table, on-site restaurant operated by a world-renowned chef, private library and business meeting room, secure off-street gated parking and 24-hour concierge with full lifestyle services.
Lincoln Square was launched to the market by Lodha in early 2019. The Penthouse and Terrace collection consist of two penthouses and four sub-penthouses with rooftop terraces boasting far-reaching views of the London skyline, including St Paul’s Cathedral and the City of London.
Traversing the winding Randselva River, The Twist is a brand-new contemporary art institution that doubles as a bridge connecting two forested riverbanks in Kistefos Sculpture Park.
The first project in Norway for BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, The Twist completes the cultural route through northern Europe’s largest sculpture park. BIG’s proposal for an art bridge was selected in 2011 and has been developed in collaboration with Element Arkitekter, AKT II, Rambøll, Bladt Industries, Max Fordham and Davis Langdon.
Magazine London is a new event space for the capital. This purpose-built destination is the largest of its kind in London, offering a striking blank canvas for brands and businesses to interact with global and local audiences. The venue is defined by a simple architectural form, offering clean and functional spaces that provide a means for large-scale creative expression. The project is a collaboration between Venue Lab (innovative space creators), Broadwick Live (ticketed culture partner), Vibration Design and Production (technical production specialists), Moving Venue (catering experts) and Knight Dragon (property developers). The venue was designed by world-renowned architects Nissen Richards Studio, whose impressive portfolio includes, Printworks London, National Waterways Museum in Gloucester and the British Museum’s Sir Joseph Hotung Gallery of China and South Asia.
With all this and more, join us as we explore the impressive construction projects that continue to shape our landscape.