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Art & Design

Art on the Peninsula

Pull up a seat, join a guided tour (from your sofa) of the public installations plotted across London’s newest cultural neighbourhood.



Introducing the designers, planners, architects and artists shaping London’s new ultimate village



Britain’s best design firms reveal how they’re shaping a riverside district from the banks up.


Vertical Communities

The focus is on the idea of shared living, without sacrificing “me time”.

Peninsula Life

At Home On The Peninsula

Nina and Dan’s apartment is a swathe of arresting visuals, turning you every which way. It takes a moment to pick something and settle on it, so eager are you to analyse each and every piece that adorns the walls.

Art & Design


Sophie Ashby divulges the personal passions that influence her designs.


Lofty Visions

How loft apartments went from the gritty industrial buildings of NYC to the contemporary towers of Greenwich Peninsula.


Lark Ascending

Lara Maiklem, the London foreshore scavenger, turned her love of hands-on history into a Sunday Times bestseller. She tells Alex Rayner how she did it.

Peninsula Life

At Home on the Peninsula with Sophia

Sophia Keaveney had a promising West End stage career until a series of headaches led to a life-changing diagnosis. She tells Georgia Marsh how she’s beating the odds, and making a dramatic recovery.

Peninsula Life

At Home on the Peninsula with Harriet Kingdon

Theatrical agent Harriet Kingdon loves Greenwich Peninsula's safe walkways, as well as the wild opportunities the balcony affords

Food & Drink

Hearth Felt

From cafes to bars, pubs to restaurants, raise a toast to some of London’s finest fireplaces.

Peninsula Life

Testing Relationships

Once a frightening social spectre, HIV is becoming far more manageable. To mark World Aids Day, we meet Londoners working hard to kick the disease out of our social lives for good.

Art & Design

Making Time

Slices of Time, Emmanuelle Moureaux’s installation at NOW Gallery, is inspired by the Greenwich Meridian, but also looks forward to our collective future, as the artist explains to Justin Quirk.

Art & Design

Allen Jones

To mark the installation of his new public sculpture, Head in the Wind, Allen Jones, one of Britain’s original pop artists, talks about Stanley Kubrick, 1960s New York, and why artworks can be a bit like children.

Peninsula Life

Pigment of your imagination

Karen Haller, a leading international authority in the field of applied colour psychology, knows which shades make for a happy home.


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