A Triumph of Engineering

Powerhouse is a mixed-use, waterfront scheme that includes the redevelopment of an industrial icon, the former Lots Road Power Station, set beside the Thames and the adjoining waterway of Chelsea Creek, in southwest London.

The historic red-brick building is set to launch two show homes, designed by the London-based Morpheus & Co.design studio, although no pictures of them have been released.

The Powerhouse building, which offers 260 luxury homes, is the centerpiece of the development and sits along with two further newly built, glass-clad apartment blocks. They are connected by contemporary bridges and gardens designed by world-renowned landscape architect Randle Siddeley.

Lots Road Power Station once generated electricity, via coal, oil and then gas, which was used to run London’s transport systems. It was built in 1902 before London’s two other great power stations, Bankside Power Station, now the Tate Modern art gallery, and the Battersea Power Station, now a luxury mixed-use scheme.

The two Morpheus & Co-designed show homes launch this April.

Price Range: £2.125 million for a two-bedroom apartment and £3.3 million for a four-bedroom apartment.

Number of Units: Two.

Developer/Architect: Hutchison Property Group/Farrells.

Apartment Sizes: A two-bedroom apartment and a four-bedroom apartment.

Amenities: The Powerhouse building will be professionally managed by a concierge with five-star services, including general house management and individual booking requests.

Powerhouse residents also have exclusive access to a wellness center, housing a fully equipped gym, and a 20-meter swimming pool, which offers a private sanctuary for exercise and relaxation.

Website: powerhousechelsea.com