Occupying the top three floors of the west tower of a famous London landmark, St Pancras Penthouse Apartment by is a charming eclectic home. Initially discovered by devils-den on , the project consisted of a massive redesign and as expected, the creative team faced quite a few challenges: “As the property is of highest public interest and the interiors listed by English Heritage as very significant, the floor plan had to be broadly maintained but all staircases, balustrading and partitioning, where possible, were replaced.” The bathrooms, floor finishes, wardrobes and the kitchen were removed and a new staircase was added.
The middle floor is probably the focal point of the apartment, measuring approximately 800 square feet and accommodating a seating area and a pool table. Located in the two gothic towers of the building, the en suite bathrooms offer a triple ceiling height and extensive views of the surrounding area. Colorful and alive, St Pancras Penthouse is a great example of turning a place modern, while keeping its personality alive.