Southbank Place - One and Thirty Casson SquareImages1 / Information
Location London SE1
Status On site
Casson Square comprises two residential towers being developed as part of the Southbank Place masterplan which overlooks Jubilee Gardens, the London Eye and the River Thames.
Rising to 30 and 37 storeys respectively, the two towers are the tallest elements within Southbank Place. Designed as a pair, One and Thirty Casson Square share a palette of stone, glass and bronze to express a simple structural grid within which balconies pinwheel around the facades, positioned to exploit views of the river.
Decorative treatments include fluted stonework, interlaid bronze mesh within glazed panels and projecting balconies to produce highly modelled facades. The top four floors of each tower are grouped into a series of fully glazed penthouse apartments which enjoy unbroken views across London.
A triple height colonnade defines retail and restaurant uses at ground floor, whilst residents’ facilities including meeting rooms and event spaces are provided on the lower levels.
Client Braeburn Estates Limited Partnership
Construction Managers Canary Wharf Contractors
Interior Design Johnson Naylor
Services Hoare Lea