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The Dual Collection apartments at Luma are furnished with light. Watch the sun rise over Persian-inspired Jellicoe Gardens to the east and set over the serene beauty of Lewis Cubitt Park to the west.
The homes in Luma offer the perfect backdrop for any occasion, whatever your mood. Whether this is relaxing on the balcony with a glass of wine, cooking supper for your guests or simply unwinding with your favourite book, it’s a home you can make your own.
The bathrooms at Luma are a clever curation of timber, metal and stone, creating a patchwork of contrasting textures. Imagined by Conran & Partners, bespoke storage cabinets feature blackened metal detailing, complemented by the smooth stone of the vanity units and the satin nickel-finished brassware.
Fully integrated kitchens are fitted with high quality appliances, while bespoke units and worktops are crafted in wood, stone and frosted glass for a sophisticated feel. Unique features such as two-tier cupboards blend in seamlessly to make the most of the high spaces.
Inspired by the belief that light brings life to the space, 18 unique apartments have been designed as lateral dual-aspect homes with views to both the east and the west. The result is sunrise views of Jellicoe Gardens and sunset vistas over Lewis Cubitt Park.
Luma is a sophisticated residential escape which takes full advantage of its tranquil setting. Elegantly faceted balconies open out to Jellicoe Gardens and Lewis Cubitt Park, connecting the parkside retreat with the inner sanctuary of home.
Luma sits within a fully managed estate where pristine lawns and seasonal planting have been designed by award-winning landscape architect. The serene Lewis Cubitt Park and the manicured Jellicoe Gardens flank Luma on either side. Garden views at dawn or park views at dusk? The choice is yours.
Throughout King’s Cross there is a range of new open spaces in which to take a moment and reflect.
Take a seat on the landscaped seating among the arching waterjets and fountains of Granary Square, relax on the grass within the guideframe at Gasholder Park or dine on the continental style terraces at Pancras Square.
There are plenty of opportunities to stay active on your front door, whether it’s joining a bootcamp, practicing yoga and pilates at Frame, or exploring the outdoors with a running club. For a solo venture, King’s Cross can also be seen by bike – a whole range of scenery waiting to be discovered on two wheels.
Life in King’s Cross
King’s Cross is a sophisticated and dynamic destination for modern living. D&D’s German Gymnasium, awarded “the most beautiful restaurant in the world”, serves high-end European food and is one of many unique restaurants on offer. Others include al fresco dining, jazz nights, cocktail bars featuring world-class sound systems and a Korean BBQ inspired menu. What’s more, it’s home to many specialist retailers, fashion brands, chic boutiques and independent market stalls.
King’s Cross is synonymous with higher education. With 15 major universities and colleges within 20 minutes walk, including Central St Martins’ new campus now on the doorstep, the area’s many students have a bright future ahead.
The area’s unique cultural character is enlivened by an intriguing and varied schedule of entertainment, featuring popular events like Lumiere Light Festival and Classic Car Boot in Lewis Cubitt Square.
Highlights include Strawberries and Screen, showing the Wimbledon Tennis Championships outdoors, and Designjunction, the contemporary interiors exhibition. For a more everyday option there’s a three-screen Everyman Cinema next door to Luma, showing must-see blockbusters and smaller arthouse breakthroughs.
King’s Cross is a true destination when it comes to food and drink. Breakfast and brunch are entirely catered for with several ‘go to’ spots to choose from. Lunch can be sit down or drop by at an assortment of square-side eateries and, if you still have room, Granary Square and the canal can provide the backdrop to dinner at much-loved restaurants like The Lighterman.
Coal Drops Yard is a new, iconic quarter for the King’s Cross area and for London. Designed by architect Thomas Heatherwick, what was once an old Victorian coal yard has been reimagined as a retail hub populated by as many as 55 independent retailers including Tom Dixon, 18 Montrose, Jigsaw and & Other Stories.
We are pleased to announce that King’s Cross has been voted one of the best places to live in London and the UK by the Sunday Times.
With so much happening in and around King’s Cross, keep up to date on how the area is evolving. Find out about the exciting new retailers at Coal Drops Yard, as well as upcoming pop ups, exhibitions and other brilliant events.
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