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British Land recently launched the Triton Building Penthouses; a lateral apartment and two triplex penthouses atop its 25-floor Triton Building in Regent’s Place, NW1, on the edge of Regent’s Park.

The Triton Penthouses signify British Land making their move into the high-end residential market, as well as being one of the primary offerings of sky living in the heart of London, with panoramic views over the City and Regent’s Park.

With architecture by Stephen Marshall Architects and Tate Hindle and interior design vision by Douglas Mackie, the three penthouses: City Penthouse, Park Penthouse and The Panoramic have been conceived as a piece of sculptural art, as well as a desirable residential tower, with a large woven pattern of aluminium that both defines the façade of the building and creates an architectural presence.

The high-specification four-bedroom penthouses are situated on the 22nd to 25th floor and range from 3,506sq ft-4,053sq ft. All offer sensational outside balcony and terrace areas as well as 24-hour concierge services provided by the multilingual Harrods Estates.

Douglas Mackie’s vision for the penthouses has been realised in the 4,053 sq ft City Penthouse. The designer of understated high luxury takes on few projects each year, committed to remaining fully involved in the design and sourcing process. The design is a response to the key elements of the buildings bronze-colour aluminium, stone and glass structure. Working with the timber and marble interiors, Mackie incorporates the best parts of American and Italian post-war design, whilst the scale of the interiors carries a strong horizontality appropriate to the penthouse.

The attention to detail and colour is carried throughout the penthouse to the landscaped roof terraces and two rooftop sky rooms. These have been styled conversely as a bar, and the other a gym.

The sky boxes allow activities to occur at roof level, where residents can enjoy the extensive views to the north and south either in the open or under glazed shelter. Located under a colonnaded structure, the inside / outside sky rooms and terrace give a sense of shelter. The structure is illuminated at night, adding to the wow-factor of the space.

Prices start from £6million

The Triton Penthouses are on the market with Knight Frank | +44 (0) 20 7861 5499 and Jones Lang LaSalle|+44 (0) 20 7993 7397.

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