Plimsoll Building – Shortlisted for 2016 WIN Award

17.08.2016

Kings Cross Plimsoll has been shortlisted in the residential development category of the 2016 World Interior News Awards.

This category celebrates new developments and intelligent, enduring interiors that respond to their unique context and surroundings, whilst maintaining high levels of quality throughout, from the initial space planning of apartments and condos to their furnishing and styling. This category includes the interior architecture of apartments, penthouses, residents’ facilities, common areas and marketing suites. The Winner will be announced later this year.

‘The magnificent ovoid helix staircase uses innovative materials with ingenious touches like a concealed balustrade. Johnson Naylor have commission a fantastic selection of bespoke furnishings and curated artwork as well as using beautiful materials including American walnut and brass throughout the project. Altogether a stunning urban development that responds to the unique context of Kings Cross.’
Andrew Locke, Native Land

Plimsoll Building, Kings Cross, London. Entrance and spiral staircase. Design: Johnson Naylor. Architect: David Morley Architects.

Plimsoll Building, Kings Cross, London. Design: Johnson Naylor. Architect: David Morley Architects. Plimsoll Building, Kings Cross, London. Lounge. Design: Johnson Naylor. Architect: David Morley Architects. Plimsoll Building, Kings Cross, London. Summer Block: Kitchen: Apartment S10-04. Design: Johnson Naylor. Architect: David Morley Architects. Plimsoll Building, Kings Cross, London. Summer Block: Bathroom: Apartment S10-04 Design: Johnson Naylor. Architect: David Morley Architects. Plimsoll Building, Kings Cross, London. Winter Garden, looking North. (var.: 2 chairs, green cushion). Design: Johnson Naylor. Architect: David Morley Architects. Garden design: Dan Pearson.