The Whiteley London
Through external restoration and thoughtful design, The Whiteley London re-opens its doors with London's first Six Senses Hotel and new private residences, shops and amenities designed by Foster + Partners.
The £1 billion re-development of the previous historic site of The Whiteley combines its heritage with the latest in British innovation and design to create a new, contemporary look
Modelled to a high level, The Boundary produced a series of over 50 crafted CGI's and animations for The Whiteley to use in their marketing suite. Modelling and visualizing the full environment of the spaces has been a key part of the journey of launching and supporting the restoration the mixed use development.
Presenting 139 new residences, every apartment at The Whiteley residence is unique from its design to its space. Playing with scale, space and light through impressive ceiling heights, the residence provides an escape whilst being connected to the West London community.
With ten years experience of aerial photography in cities across the globe, The Boundary continues to provide the highest quality drone photography and cinematography in a new technological era of Unmanned Aerial Surveillance Aircraft. Be it 360 view photography, video content for marketing films or photographic assets for integration in our CGI workflow we have it all covered.
Shared amenities for residents and hotel guests
Six Senses Hotel
The Six Senses belief is that wellness is everything and anything, residents and members have access to a state of the art gym, spa, sauna and steam room paired with a large indoor pool
The Boundary created a series of renders of the original 'Summer' and 'Winter' statues that flanked the main entrance of Whiteleys Department Store. Made using state of the art 3d scanning techniques, these renders were used in the printed sales brochure.
Project links & press
Project website: thewhiteleylondon.com
Development Manager: Finchatton
Architect: Foster + Partners
Interior Design Six Senses: AvroKO
Branding Agency: Noë & Associates
Evening Standard: First images of £1billion overhaul of Whiteleys...
Wallpaper: First look into The Whiteley redesign by Foster + Partners in London