Chelsea Bridge Wharf - London, UK

Scott Brownrigg
Date Built
Queenstown Road at Chelsea Bridge
The apartment complex known as Chelsea Bridge Wharf sits on the south side of the Thames beside Chelsea Bridge.  It occupies a plot of land between the river and Sopwith Way, Queenstown Road and the railway.  To the east lies Battersea Power Station and to the west Battersea Park.  The site has been used, over the years, for a variety of purposes.  The 1891 map shows a railway siding running across it to a number of buildings near the river edge.

Today it is home to this development designed by Scott Brownrigg Architects.  It is actually made up of seven apartment blocks arranged around a central landscaped garden and piazza.  The buildings are named: Eustace Building; Oswald Building; Centurion Building; Howard Building; Warwick Building; Horace Building; and Lanson Building.  Scott Brownrigg's website says of the development that,  "Chelsea Bridge Wharf has gained excellent feedback from its residents and has already won many awards, including a CABE Building for Life Standard. The development continues to set standards of excellence within the industry."

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