New images of a prospective home at the Battersea Power Station redevelopment site have been released.
'The Power House' as it has been dubbed, has been built against the iconic chimneys, which could be recycled as art after they are demolished.
"Being at this height overlooking the chimneys unlocks a whole new perspective on London”, the chief executive officer of the Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC) said.
The majority of the 254 apartments have been sold, according to the company. BPSDC's Rob Tincknell added: "Building such an incredible space in such a short period has been an exciting process for the whole team."
London based interior designers Michaelis Boyd Architects were at the heart of the design which they describe as "refined industrial-authentic, highly tactile and visually dramatic." Tim Boyd and Alex Michaelis, founding directors of Michaelis Boyd, said:
It has been an incredibly exciting process so far and very refreshing to work with a team who want to challenge the traditional development model and look at new ways of design.
Prices for the few remaining homes are said to start from £980,000. The regenerated site is due to be completed by 2019.