Bankside Lofts is an iconic, characterful landmark for London’s South Bank.
Neighbouring the Tate Gallery of Modern Art, Bankside Lofts was at the centre of one of Europe’s most important regeneration projects to date. The project was part of the revival of the South Bank area into the cultural hub of Europe that it once was during Shakespeare’s time, a period when theatres began to appear across the outskirts of London, most notably in the liberty of Southwark.
Together with the nearby Tate Modern, Bankside Lofts was key to regenerating the area as the artistic and cultural core that it has been throughout history. Designed by Piers Gough, the project brought together 1960s architecture and a typical Victorian warehouse, with penthouses featuring spectacular 360 degree views across London.