Here's an exciting update from the ongoing Battersea Power Station development in London, where ripple-loving, deconstructivist starchitect Frank Gehry has teamed up with faceted skyscraper purveyor Norman Foster to transform a defunct facility into a bustling, pedestrianized residential and retail hub. Below, brand new renderings offer a better look at the whole complex and finally take us inside Gehry's "Prospect Place" and "Flower" buildings, as well as Foster's "Battersea Roof Gardens." Altogether some 1,300 housing units—priced from $800K to $5.2M—will be created across the development.
· New Images Released of Foster and Gehry's Battersea Power Station Designs [ArchDaily]
· The New Battersea Is Part-Gehry, Part-Foster, All Ripply [Curbed National]
· All Rendering Reveals posts. [Curbed National]
· All Norman Foster posts. [Curbed National]
· All Frank Gehry posts. [Curbed National]