- Location London, UK
- Status Built
- Service Interior design
- Sectors Residential, Tall buildings
- Area 31,700m²/341,200ft²
- Client The Canary Wharf Group
Make has designed the interiors for 10 Park Drive, a 42-storey tower plus adjoining mid-rise building in Canary Wharf, designed by Stanton Williams. The development – the first residential scheme in a major masterplan that includes 3,200 homes – is set on a prime waterfront location and contains 345 apartments, all with striking views.
Our aim was to capture the development’s grand scale and form, and integrate it down to the smallest detail. The building is expressed as a solid block, with carvedout recesses articulated by fine metal detailing. We took this concept and visually echoed it throughout the interiors, from macro to micro details, choosing base materials that mirror the exterior, and enriching them with timber, marble, porcelain and champagnecoloured metal detailing to reinforce a sense of richness and craftsmanship.
We also enhanced the sense of space and light in each apartment, and introduced sliding doors that allow residents to customise their environment – the doors can facilitate both open-plan and cellular layouts.
In harmonising the interior and exterior, and delivering adaptable spaces, we created a calm, inviting and cohesive living environment – one synonymous with quality and longevity.
We're extremely proud to be involved in Canary Wharf’s first residential development. Canary Wharf has taken a thoughtful approach to how 10 Park Drive will create a truly mixed use community, and we're delighted to be a part of it.