Newfoundland Quay skyscrapper
Newfoundland Quay skyscrapper
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Newfoundland Quay

April 9, 2020In Lifestyle, Blog

Newfoundland Quay is a 220-metre residential skyscraper in the Isle of Dogs, London, currently under development. It’s another building that brings to London a modern look.

Every time you visit Canary Wharf there is some new tower block being constructed in a place you had not expected. The process has been going on for several decades and shows no sign of slowing down.

As we know, Isle of Dogs is a residential oasis of quiet streets that have grown in popularity alongside Canary Wharf’s dockside landscape, which has transformed since the closure of the docks in the 70s and now has some skyscrapers that make up the area’s iconic skyline.

The history of the Isle of Dogs has been about change, however in the next decade; the whole skyline of the Isle of Dogs will change dramatically. It is part of the process that started with the building of Canary Wharf skyscrapers that seemed to change London’s attitude to tall buildings forever.

The building is set to become one of the capital´s most desirable places to live. Newfoundland Quay represents the first stage of new residential development at Canary Wharf and has been designed by renowned Mayfair-based architects, Horden Cherry Lee and structural engineers WSP.

They have created an exceptionally delicate aesthetic rarely found in such tall towers. Newfoundland’s striking appearance stems from its transparent diagrid structure, also notably used in another famous London landmark, ‘The Gherkin’.

“On a clear day, you can see the Wembley stadium arch, Windsor Castle and even the Heathrow runways.”

Canary Wharf Contractors director,
Alec Vallintine.

Interior design Canary Wharf

Cutting-edge interior design for a cosmopolitan lifestyle

Below an interior design for a 1 bedroom apartment, designed by Gerard Puxhe.
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