Cable & Roper
Two siblings side by side. One, light, sheer, precise in form. The other, solid, strong, rugged in outlook. Like non-identical twins, there’s unity in their DNA. Each named after industries that flourished here in the 1800s, Cable & Roper’s leafy aspects and open-plan interiors define contemporary urban life.
COMPLETED SPRING 2016
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By the creators of AquaShard, Hotel W Leicester Square and Fortnum & Mason, these buildings nod to boutique modern design while never losing a sense of home. Floor to ceiling windows beautifully frame the city skyline and leafy Central Park, allowing natural light to flood every space.
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The inspiration for the interiors were the colours and movement of Royal Greenwich Park’s equestrian events during the London 2012 Olympics. The result is an interior aspect that celebrates flow, quality and craftsmanship. Its style—seen in oak wood flooring and quartz surfaces—is self-assured yet understated.
AMENITIES & SERVICES
We all want to connect to others, and that means different things to different people. Our digital app puts life on the Peninsula at your fingertips. For those who prefer a more human approach, your neighbourhood host is the friendly face on your doorstep. Then there’s ‘Aperture’—our contemporary village hall is a place where individuals become communities.
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GREEN SPACES FOR YOUNG MINDS
Remember those signs when you were a kid? The ones saying ‘No ball games’? That’s not the Peninsula. Built around a central green space, Parkside is your outdoor playground. As you’d guess, the park is the focus of this neighbourhood, with housing nestled around the edge. For kids there’s the local primary school, and for grown-ups there’s The Pilot, a proper London pub.