Neo Bankside for Wallpaper* Magazine

Love a postcard-perfect Thames skyline view to bask in as you perch on your designer armchair? Want to live within spitting distance of the Tate Modern? In a brand-spanking-new apartment designed and fully furnished by the Interiors team at Wallpaper* magazine? Got a spare few million quid down the back of the sofa? Well then, this could be your lucky day. Wallpaper* magazine has teamed up with developers Native Land and Grosvenor to seriously pimp out two luxury apartments within the world-class Neo Bankside residential development, nestled on London’s Southbank. Creating two distinct looks – the elegantly classic, dark-hued Gershwin and the modernist, punchy Glass, I was fortunate enough to find myself working with the team on the production of this epic project, featuring in the May edition of the magazine. Several months down the line, the project is complete and looking fabulous – property developers take note: forget the bowls of fruit and dodgy melamine furniture, THIS is how you should be styling your contemporary showhomes. Sensational. Now, where did I put that Amex card?

The Gershwin Apartment:

Key Accessories:

1. Sequence Barware by Natalia Ogneva for Artel, available at Unica World. 2. Aguirre Finion Gold tableware by Jaune De Chrome, available at Willer. 3. Sliced rug in Quartz Black, Jan Kath. 4. Champs-Elysees glass bowl, by Lalique. 5. Wisdom is a Good Companion vase, by Christian Haas at Mint. 6. Habibi side tray/table, E15. 7. Time Piece A table, by Jamie Hayon for Se London

The Glass

Key Accessories:

1. Plytube stool, by Seongyong Lee. 2. Mon Beau Mirror, by Ligne Roset. 3. Vases, by Tapio Wirkkala at Skandium. 4. Lighthouse Light, by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Established & Sons. 5. Alarm clock, by Anything Design. 6. Tilt marble side table, by Thomas Sandell for Marsotto Edizioni

{IMAGE CREDITS} Apartment images all by photographer Matthew Donaldson for Wallpaper* magazine, as taken from the Neo Bankside website. All product images taken from the respective designer/retailer’s websites





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About Joanna Thornhill

Freelance Interior Stylist, Author, Writer and Crafter working for a range of magazine titles and commercial clients. Author of Home for Now (CICO Books 2014)

One response to “Neo Bankside for Wallpaper* Magazine”

  1. style makeover stylist in chennai india says :

    this collection of post are super and very nice post. all collections are pretty good.i will inform about your post to my friends too..and all the best for your future designs..

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