Royal Docks West is just steps from the water's
edge. A place of leisure, with its many boutiques,
cafés, cocktail bars and restaurants, with flavours
from around the world, from Lebanese to Indian,
British, Thai or Chinese. Many places to unwind at
Royal Victoria Dock sit at the water's edge, such
as the popular restaurant Top 1 Forever, with its
planter-edged terrace. Others sit right on the
water - the floating Good Hotel is an excellent
place to grab breakfast, sip an espresso or relax
with a nightcap.
Simple yet richly textured, the design of Royal Docks West picks up on the vernacular of Victorian
docklands: brick, strong, and clean-lined. Standing at 19 storeys, all apartments will have balconies
from which you can enjoy impressive water views or urban vistas.
At Royal Docks West, a landscaped garden with abundant greenery provides a tranquil space
for residents to relax and unwind, while new commercial retail space offers an opportunity to
indulge. Through the residents’ private entrance, your 24-hour concierge greets you; the wellappointed reception area takes its design cues
from the industrial heritage of the neighbourhood.
There will be a number of parking spaces available by separate negotiation – but if your need is less frequent, a car club is conveniently located adjacent to Royal Docks West in addition to 153 cycle storage spaces at ground level for resident’s use.
Designed by esteemed interior design practice Johnson Ribolla, the interiors are executed with incredible attention to detail and a sophisticated palette. The London-based practice has completed a number of high-end projects, combining experience in both architecture and interiors, providing a thoughtful, 360-degree approach to their work.
For Royal Docks West, they took the docks themselves as their main inspiration – a place of energy and new ideas, and one of action and transaction. The palette of colours and materials reflects this idea; the kitchen uses the textures of timber and rich, earthy greys.
The bathrooms take their design from the aesthetic of the iconic dockland crane, and the distinctive grid of its boom.
Neutral square tiles are grouted in contrasting burnt orange, giving the lines of the tile’s grid pattern more prominence. The Docklands influence is also present in the communal areas of Royal Docks West, incorporating the industrial heritage of Royal Victoria Dock with a modern twist.
Bedroom and bathrooms
Bedrooms offer ample space, floor-to-ceiling windows and are finished with plush carpeting and beautifully fitted wardrobes. Bathrooms offer unique small format wall tiles with feature grouting and circular cabinet mirrors with intelligently concealed shelving.