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Coda offers a selection of studio, 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments with interiors designed by Johnson Naylor, a practice famous for inventive, contextual and elegant design.
Attention to interior detail has ensured that complementing surfaces and textures create effortless fluidity throughout the apartments. The functional and aesthetic innovation maintained within each space showcases the subtle ingenuity for which the designers are renowned.
Echoing the considered and contemporary language of the architecture, interior architects Johnson Naylor’s vision for each home is tactile, refined and thoughtful.
Continuing the theme of fluid motion expressed in the exterior design, Johnson Naylor has created spaces that flow seamlessly, punctuated by framed views and contrasting materials.
Textural variety combines with sophisticated materials such as beautiful, calm wood and understated porcelain. Storage and functionality have been designed to be subtle, effective and effortless, while kitchens offer delightful practicality and bathrooms are designed to be modern sanctuaries.
An energised beacon for Battersea
Coda will be part of a large island site – an enriched enclave that is served by excellent amenity.
The distinctive fluid architecture frames 130 spacious new homes where residents will benefit from a 24-hour concierge service, fitness studio, private gardens and a private lounge.
Coda offers proximity to charming neighbourhoods and lush green spaces. Its easy transport connections mean the rest of London is moments away.
Battersea attracts locals for its mix of culture, food and lifestyle, with a combination of internationally renowned names like Gordon Ramsay and London specialists like Gail’s Bakery, along with a range of homegrown favourites such as gastropubs, brasseries and shops.
Lined with artisan food and wine stores, independent coffee shops and delis, there’s plenty to savour at Clapham Common. For culture, visit the theatre, cinema and galleries, or explore the chic lifestyle stores for unique finds.
Healthy living is at the heart of the Coda experience, that’s why the building will offer a fitness studio for all residents to enjoy. Filled with some of the most sophisticated exercise equipment available, the space will even include state-of-the-art Peloton bikes, where invigorating workout classes can be projected to the wall.
Another communal feature for residents to enjoy is the private club lounge, a laidback space full of comfortable pockets to gather and unwind in the glow from the fireplace. The flexible room dividers can be opened up, turning the space into an elegant yet relaxed space to host private parties.
Enhanced with reading areas, the peaceful ground-floor space can also be enlivened with movies and music, with film screenings and soundproofed music-practice space, while a professional kitchen creates opportunities for refined private dining.
The club is also home to a residents’ devoted concierge service, where expertly trained staff can assist you with booking experiences, managing services and local recommendations.
A collection of secret gardens offer a breath of fresh air in a calm and beautifully landscaped environment. The private spaces also make for an excellent outdoor party venue, where guests can mingle under the shade of the many ornamental trees.
Considered landscaping creates dappled shade, quiet corners and social seating, where residents can spend a secluded afternoon reading or working, or an enjoyable evening with friends. Ornamental trees border the gardens, bringing privacy and shade, while luxuriant planting keeps the garden lush all year round.Disclaimer
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Developer Avanton has launched a new three-bedroom show home at Coda in Battersea, designed by the professional and styling services at The Conran Shop.
Over 90% of the market sale apartments are now sold at the £120 million (GDV) development that comprises 130 market sale apartments in a central 24 storey tower, 24-hour concierge, hotel-style foyer, club lounge, gymnasium, landscaped gardens, and a newly opened global headquarters for the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD).
The designers at The Conran Shop have opted for a palette of muted soft furnishings throughout the 1,014 sq ft show apartment, contrasted with rich walnut hard furnishings, to create a comfortable yet contemporary space.
Located on the 21st floor, the open plan living space features floor to ceiling windows, allowing the bright colours to bask in natural light and buyers to take in sweeping views of the Thames, and South-West London.
The corner bay window space has been cleverly identified as a reading nook, set up with a Hans Wegner style wishbone seat, accented by a green velvet cushion. The area is further enhanced with a floor lap, cream boucle pouffe and ceramic chocolate brown coffee table, thus tying it in with the rest of the room, and creating a clean, honest, poetic aesthetic.
Throughout the living area strong variations of primary colours are present including royal blue and mustard yellow that have been interwoven with the neutral backdrop, enabling the effect of a layered, playful and uplifting environment.
Asymmetric patterns and shapes feature throughout the space lending further to its Picasso inspired, Modern Art theme, perfectly expressed by a bold burnt orange, brown and blue geometric rug. This is balanced out by a curved cream boucle couch and tied together with a brown granite coffee table injecting a grounded and earthy finish.
The space is subtly divided by loose furniture, giving way to a zoned dining area, designed with socialising in mind. Featuring a large walnut dining table and a formal/informal balance of traditional dining chairs and the introduction of bench seating to elevate the space. Kitchen amenities are present either side of the dining area, promoting its social aspect, featuring a Poggenpohl kitchen with Corian worktops, integrated Siemens appliances, and engineered timber flooring.
Accessed off the living space, the show apartment possesses a large, sun catching balcony dressed simply with a low deck chair and a pair of green and yellow ceramic tables where buyers can soak up the sun or perhaps enjoy sunset drinks overlooking the river.
The principal bedroom consists of a neutral palette with a pale grey carpet, bed and curtains. The designers at The Conran Shop have enriched this with a pop of colour, continuous from the living room, using burnt orange and teal bed throws, and cream cushions with mauve, green and copper details, to reflect the costumes worn by ballet dancers.
The wall behind the bed features feminine sketches and artwork, and a walnut dressing table and wall mirror are also present, with the mirror clearly mimicking free flowing movement in a further nod to the building’s dance theme, and association with RAD. In addition, there is a striking piece of art on the wall of a woman in a floral headdress encapsulating all the colours and thus tying the room together. The principal bedroom benefits from an en-suite bathroom with contemporary white enamel sanitaryware with a custom designed timber veneer vanity unit and thermostatically controlled shower and bath. Underfloor heating and a heated feature towel rail are also incorporated.
The second bedroom is of an earthy design, consisting of soft greens, browns and beige in clean yet abstract geometric patterns, hinting at the evocative work of artist Piet Mondrian.
The third bedroom has been converted into a study, an essential addition to any property purchased post-pandemic. The room comprises a smart shelving unit, accessorised with hard-back books and royal blue trinkets to weave in themes from the other rooms.
There is a simple walnut desk, with yet another chocolate brown ceramic coffee table to complete the room. A light and airy atmosphere is created by the floor to ceiling window, offering the perfect inspiration for a day at work. The guest bathroom is easily accessible from both bedrooms and benefits from similar specifications to the en-suite bathroom.
Thomas Muers-Raby, Sales & Commercial Director at The Conran Shop says: “The Conran Shop is honoured to have curated an edit of furniture, accessories, styling and art for Coda’s three-bedroom show apartment. We took inspiration from the building’s considered architecture, refined finishes, sweeping views, vibrant locality and the spirit of movement, in a nod to it being the home of RAD. Overall, the apartment exudes grown-up, design-led, curated living and embodies both the spirit of the Coda scheme with the considered design principles of The Conran Shop.”
David Ronson, Sales & Marketing Director at Avanton, says: “Coda offers homes of an outstanding calibre in a dynamic location, ideal for Londoners who want to capitalise on the regeneration of Battersea as a sought-after place to live and work. The Conran Shop have curated a wonderful show apartment that embodies the creativity and musicality of dancers in a stylish way and we are looking forward to welcoming potential buyers through its doors.”
Prices at Coda start from £750,000 for a two-bedroom apartment. The show apartments at Coda are available to view by appointment only.
Following the lettings' success at their flagship Coda development in Battersea, developer Avanton is planning a new pipeline of Build to Rent projects in the Old Kent Road and Wembley that will provide around 800 units under the A:Living brand.
For the launch of the A:Living brand at Coda, 20 Build to Rent units were released on the lettings market through Savills. The premium two-bedroom apartments are located between the 2nd and 20th floors, each with a private terrace, all available fully furnished, complete with lifestyle amenities including a residents-only club lounge, concierge, state-of-the-art fitness studio and access to a landscaped podium garden.
In just over three weeks all 20 units have let (take-up rate of 6-7 per week) at rental values ranging from £3,500 pcm to £4,000 pcm on 12-36 month tenancies (with standard break clauses). This pilot scheme has generated Avanton a total rent roll of over £700,000 per annum into the corporate entity the units are held.
The tenants are a combination of young professionals in their 20s and early 30s, flat sharers and wealthy overseas students (from the EU, Middle East and Asia). All the tenants liked the ‘turn-key’ offering at Coda with the A:Living collection dressed by three interior designers: Andrew Martin, Juliana Ardenius of JMI Group and Olivia Caplan of Caplan Design.
Designed by Pankaj Patel MBE of multi-award-winning practice Patel Taylor, the £260 million (GDV) development in Battersea is located on a large 2.1-acre island site between York Road and York Place, with an architecturally striking central residential tower, known as Coda, which provides 130 private sale apartments and penthouses which are now almost 70% sold.
Two-bedroom apartments are currently available from £790,000 and three-bedrooms for £1,510,000.
Inspired by Battersea’s Victorian mansion blocks, the two buildings on either side of the tower are six and 11 storeys and provide 169 homes for PRS Apartments managed by A2Dominion.
The three apartment buildings sit on a raised podium above the newly opened Royal Academy of Dance headquarters on the ground floor, officially launched by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, with the podium roof providing landscaped residents’ gardens designed by RHS Chelsea Flower Show medal-winner Exterior Architecture.
The launch and success of A:Living at Coda comes after Avanton announced expansion plans into the Build to Rent sector, with several pipeline projects alongside a £500 million fund for strategic land acquisitions.
The £730 million (GDV) Ruby Triangle on Old Kent Road will provide 1,414 new homes, of which circa 50% (700 units) will be build-to-rent. The Farrells designed scheme will comprise residential towers, between 17 to 48 storeys in height, designed around a central park and complete with sports hall, gymnasium, retail units, workshops and studios.
In Wembley, Avanton and project partner Canada Israel, have just submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Brent for the regeneration of the 2.5 acre (1.26 hectare) Wembley Point site on Harrow Road. This will be a residential-led development known as Stonebridge Place with a GDV value of up to £250 million providing 515 new homes of mixed tenure, of which around 100 have the potential for Build to Rent units. The proposed scheme includes 1,200 sq ft of commercial space, new boxing gym with public café, landscaped gardens, pedestrian boulevards and new water features.
David Ronson, Sales and Marketing Director of Avanton commented: “We are delighted by the success of the A:Living Build to Rent units at Coda. The success of this pilot scheme demonstrates the significant demand for the premium product and lifestyle offering at Coda, and the launch of our first Build to Rent units which offer a new type of high-quality tenure option for Londoners. A:Living provides exceptional homes with stylish interiors curated by highly regarded designers. Build to Rent homes provide a solution to help with the capital’s housing shortage, and these multiple tenure schemes offer tenants a sought-after lifestyle at competitive prices.”
Omer Weinberger, CEO of Avanton added: “London’s Build to Rent sector is rapidly growing in size, quality and product range and last year Avanton announced a three year expansion into this sector, seeking land and strategic opportunities to deliver high-quality purpose-built stock to meet the market demand. Our successful launch of A:Living is an exciting step, with our pipeline developments set to further deliver a diverse portfolio of build-to-rent units for young Londoners to choose from.”
Developer Avanton has launched its Build to Rent portfolio and new A:Living brand as part of its major expansion into London’s booming BTR sector.
A:Living will operate Avanton's Build to Rent homes in London, with the first 20 units now launched and immediately available at Coda.
The premium two-bedroom apartments are between the 2nd and 20th floors, each with a private terrace overlooking the landscaped gardens or the London skyline, with prices starting from £650 to £1,000 per week, available through Savills.
Avanton collaborated with three interior designers such as Andrew Martin to curate the portfolio, with all the apartments available fully furnished. Residents will benefit from Coda’s lifestyle amenities which includes a private residents’ club lounge, dedicated concierge, and state-of-the-art fitness studio, alongside access to the landscaped gardens.
During 2021 despite market challenges, Avanton successfully sold £50 million of homes at Coda Avanton, with just the final collection of homes and new build-to-rent portfolio remaining.
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