The private terraces of 7 penthouse duplex apartments at the Music Box, London are able to draw upon the breathtaking skyline using Glazing Vision’s innovative free-standing box rooflights.
Designed by Trevor Morris, Principal at SPPARC Architecture, this mixed-use development is located in a vibrant, cultural hub on the Southbank, and was completed in late 2016 by developer Taylor Wimpey. The 44-metre tall, glass building houses 41 luxurious apartments the HQ of the London Centre for Contemporary Music (LCCM).
Floor to ceiling windows throughout the 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments ensure that there is an abundance of natural daylight, and the spacious living areas are luxuriously furnished with discreet LED lighting, plush carpeting and high quality kitchens and appliances. Each of the 7 exceptional duplex apartments on the upper floor, which were marketed as the CODA collection, have the additional benefit of a private roof-top terrace that is accessed through Glazing Vision’s free-standing box rooflight.
Glazing Vision precision-engineered bespoke free-standing box rooflights to meet the unique requirements of each of the 7 roof terraces, and pre-assembled them in the factory for easy installation on site. The combination of the lack of visible kerb fixings through the use of an extruded external clip-on cover, the perfectly edged glass-to-glass interfaces and the sleek aluminium framework in a timeless slate grey exterior finish, was key to creating a contemporary, architectural roof-top sculpture that would compliment the sophisticated aesthetic of these penthouse apartments.
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