A closer look at two of West Eleven's projects in SW London
West Eleven, led by Qandor member, Will Herrmann is making waves in southwest London.
This property development company creates spaces that complement and reflect their surroundings, drawing from and amplifying what is unique and distinctive. They work with some of the UK’s most dynamic and creative architects, engineers and designers to create thoughtfully designed homes.
The View at Battersea Park
Designed by the award-winning Jo Cowen Architects, The View, Battersea Park boasts impressive panoramic vistas of Battersea Park and Chelsea, along with intricately designed interiors and a stylish exterior façade.
The development will be 15 storeys high and consist of 39 apartments including three penthouses. The ground to second floors will also have 16,000 sq ft of commercial space with parking in the basement.
Opening up the corner of Culvert Road and Battersea Park Road, the building in its fullest form will create a new architectural landmark in Battersea, pioneering the regeneration of Battersea Park Road.
To find out more, please visit www.theviewbatterseapark.com
Caley House, Wimbledon
The design concept involves sensitively redeveloping the existing property to create five self-contained lateral apartments and a three-bedroom mews house, with a new side extension consisting of three mews-style houses with gardens and facing an attractive courtyard.
The proposal is sympathetic to the style and special character of the existing and surrounding buildings. The new build component will serve as a contemporary and complimentary addition.
Completion is due September 2019, with the first show apartment ready by May 2019.
To find out more, visit caleyhouse.london