Thirty Casson Square, Southbank Place

Braeburn Estates

Thirty Casson Square, designed by award winning architecture firm Squire & Partners and developed by Braeburn Estates – a joint venture between Canary Wharf Group and Qatari Diar – comprises 164 apartments over 29 floors. Situated at Southbank Place, the former site of the Festival of Britain (a national exhibition held in 1951, showcasing British advancements in science, technology, industrial design, architect and the arts after WWII), Thirty Casson Square has been named after the British architect and director of the Festival, Sir Hugh Casson.

Reflecting this celebration of Britain, the show apartment at Thirty Casson Square set over 2,273 sq. ft., designed by boutique interior firm, Portia Fox, showcases the best of British design. It features stunning bespoke and handmade pieces that have been carefully curated and designed by Portia Fox and a range of British makers. Located on the 27th floor, the three-bedroom sub-penthouse show apartment features some of the best views of the iconic landmarks of London, including the River Thames, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and the City of London. Portia Fox has focused on creating an apartment that offers a serenely comfortable environment, in which prospective purchasers are able to imagine themselves living at one of the best addresses on the River Thames, something which Braeburn Estates has aimed to achieve throughout Thirty Casson Square.