Ten Degrees, modular architecture for a contemporary residential experience

Ten Degrees was designed as part of a project in collaboration with the local government to redevelop and repopulate the neighborhood. It may be an unusual choice to go for such a high housing density, especially in light of last year’s health emergency, but the local authority found it consistent with the idea of be able to offer more housing quickly and at a lower cost.

HTA has long championed the ability of modular construction to provide better housing in significantly more sustainable buildings. “This project is a clear demonstration that tall buildings can be beautiful, while challenging any perception that modern construction methods should be a limit to the quality of the design,” adds Bayliss.

Managed by Greystar, a leading rental housing company, apartments range from one to three bedrooms, starting at 55m². Residents have access to a wide range of on-site amenities worthy of a luxury hotel, including a gym, co-working space, dining rooms, animal spa, game room, a cinema room and sky lounges with a 360 ° view of the London skyline.

Leases start at £ 1,450 per month (around € 1,650) which is actually a competitive deal for average prices in the UK capital. What you can’t help but think about when you speed up one of the towers’ multiple high-speed elevators is that Ten Degrees has taken the experience of living in rental accommodation to a whole new level. new levels of comfort and well-being, while making it accessible to a large community.

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