Icon and landmark are overused terms in the London property market, thankfully not when describing Tolworth Tower. Built in international style, the dominant school of architecture until the 1970s, its architect Richard Seifert also designed Tower 42 in the City, (more commonly known as the NatWest Tower), Euston Station and Centrepoint in central London. Indeed, the development will be a landmark scheme for the south west London rental market, bringing to the area aspirational and stylishly designed apartments that offer exceptional value for money and are a worthy homage to the international style in which Tolworth Tower was originally envisioned; buildings that offer simplicity, honesty and clarity.
Tolworth Tower circa 1964. The development will be sympathetic to the original design features in keeping with a modernist philosophy.