Wardian London sets a new standard for the high-rise living
experience, drawing from the heyday of modernist architecture and
the finest elements of modern building design. The formal, bold lines
of a visionary man-made geometry are complemented by the
organic, verdant shapes of nature.
On the skyline, beheld from a distance, the two modernist-influenced
towers are striking yet simple, refined and yet ambitious, with a
glimpse of green hinting at the wonders within.
Throughout the development are large glass cases filled with trees
and plant life. These are not just for decoration but can be entered,
a series of private gardens bringing to mind the botanic palmhouses
found in great collecting gardens like Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.