The Gasholders Penthouse’s living room is uncluttered, allowing the furniture and artworks – including the mural by Caroline Denervaud – to claim the attention they deserve. Photo: Michael Sinclair The Gasholders Penthouse’s living room is uncluttered, allowing the furniture and artworks – including the mural by Caroline Denervaud – to claim the attention they deserve. Photo: Michael Sinclair
The Gasholders Penthouse’s living room is uncluttered, allowing the furniture and artworks – including the mural by Caroline Denervaud – to claim the attention they deserve. Photo: Michael Sinclair

Roksanda fashion house designed this artsy, feminine London penthouse in King’s Cross’ upmarket The Gasholders luxury development – take a look inside

A one-off apartment designed by Roksanda Ilincic and decorated with works by mostly female artists including Caroline Denervaud, Alana Wilson, Christine Roland, Claire Norcross and Suzanne Wallgren – in the regenerated area around King’s Cross and St. Pancras stations that includes heritage buildings, A-grade offices – and Harry Potter’s mythical Platform 9 ¾

Topic |   Architecture and design
The Gasholders Penthouse’s living room is uncluttered, allowing the furniture and artworks – including the mural by Caroline Denervaud – to claim the attention they deserve. Photo: Michael Sinclair The Gasholders Penthouse’s living room is uncluttered, allowing the furniture and artworks – including the mural by Caroline Denervaud – to claim the attention they deserve. Photo: Michael Sinclair
The Gasholders Penthouse’s living room is uncluttered, allowing the furniture and artworks – including the mural by Caroline Denervaud – to claim the attention they deserve. Photo: Michael Sinclair
READ FULL ARTICLE