This elegant and dynamic penthouse was designed by Thomas Griem of TG Studio in London and it is a luxurious home transformed from the St. Pancras chambers covering the top three floors of the west tower.
The property is one of the landmarks of London and the interiors area listed by the English Heritage as being highly important, thus the floor plan was maintained although the staircases and partitioning were replaced.
The master bedroom is located at the top level and is reached through a staircase turning around an oak clad storage room. The floor area has been enlarged to include a walk in wardrobe and provide an open plan in which the triple height living room can be closed through the use of an electrical operated curtain.
The middle and the lower floor of the penthouse contain the entertainment section of the home with a library for books and statues, the kitchen, the dining area and the TV area opposite the kitchen. The penthouse also includes two extra bedrooms with a secondary entrance and en suite bathrooms placed in two gothic towers to provide splendid views.
The furnishings and decorations were selected by the TG-Studio to provide the best and most fitting objects from all over the world.