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 might be an unusual choice to go for such a high housing density, especially in light of last year’s health emergency, but the local community found it consistent with the idea of ​​being 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, one of the leading rental housing companies, 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, coworking space, dining rooms, pet spa, game room, gym, cinema and sky lounges with 360 ° views 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 as 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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