145 distinctive canalside apartments and penthouses, built within a refurbished tripletof grade 11-listed, cast-iron gasholder guide frames at the heart of King’s Cross. The interior design has been beautifully fashioned and crafted by Jonathan Tuckey Design, with unique and bespoke details and a rich palette of materials. As of the floor, he choose for EPI. King’s Cross is inextricably linked to London’s industrial past. The telescopic gasholder was invented in 1824 and provided the storage needed to meet the demand of an ever-expanding city. The interlocking gasholder triplets were built and revised between 1860 and 1880 and now, some 150 years later, they are once again responding innovatively to The Capital’s ever increasing population.
|Project||Multiple apartments with an EPI Cast floor|
|Location||London, King's Cross|
|System||EPI Superbase 600 NV|