Bankside Lofts is a landmark development at the heart of the South Bank’s thrilling renaissance. Directly opposite the Tate Modern, this sprawling complex of contemporary loft apartments opened to widespread acclaim in 1998.
Today, Bankside and the surrounding area is an eclectic international arts and cultural quarter – echoing its Elizabethan heritage as London’s finest theatre district. William Shakespeare famously lived and worked in the area premiering his plays at the reconstructed Globe Theatre.
Designed by Piers Gough, Bankside Lofts is a unique architectural composition of a former Victorian cocoa warehouse and 1950’s office block alongside new build elements. It features 120 individually designed loft apartments with penthouses boasting spectacular views across London’s skyline.
With its distinctive curved, stepped façade and mustard finish, Bankside Lofts remains one of London’s most iconic and desirable loft developments.