Design Philosophy

The Maple Building is robust and elegant, a clean-lined construction dating from the early 20th century, with red brick facades and steel columns.

 

Once a furniture factory, then a clothing factory, The Maple Building is characterised by the large metal double-glazed windows in the period Crittall style, which feature throughout. With a high internal specification as well as its signature rhythmic fenestration, The Maple Building has insisted on strong acoustic and design performance, ensuring that all interior spaces are as cosy and comfortable as they are well-lit and airy.

 

The Maple Building’s floorplans show how the design of the apartments and penthouses has been arranged with due consideration to the way we use domestic space today. Kitchens and living rooms are prominent and open, bedrooms and bathrooms private and personal. All offer access to views and fresh air. The building’s seven luxury penthouses feature sumptuous interiors, private terraces and impressive views of London’s skyline.