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The interior designs for the new Battersea Power Station Development have been unveiled.
A total of 1,305 units, the properties of the development have been designed by Norman Foster and Frank Gehry, the architect who recently designed the Fondation Louis Vuitton. A slight 1930s influence runs throughout, drawing on the Power Station’s architectural heritage. The development features a variety of residences, from two-storey townhouses to penthouses, with no one apartment being the same and a palette choice for the interiors. 

A promenade, dubbed the Electric Boulevard, is the central feature of the development spread across two levels. Designed to feel like a high-street, it features a doctor’s clinic, a gym, a hotel of 167 rooms as well as a large variety of restaurants and shops.
 
Frank Gehry has designed Prospect Place, giving it a slight Japanese vibe. One of the key buildings is The Flower with social spaces that include a lounge, yoga studio and treatment rooms. Fosters + Partners, meanwhile, have designed the Battersea Roof Gardens, which is set to be one of largest roof gardens in London.
 
Prices have also been revealed for this luxury development. £495,000 will fetch you a studio, a four bedroom flat will have a £3.2 million starting price, whilst penthouses are POA.
 
The commercial launch starts on Friday 31st October.