The two-bedroom show home is designed by specialists JMI Studio and is located on the 11th floor.
Living area of the new Coda show apartment
The show apartment is inspired by the nature of Battersea Park, using a colour palette of earth tones, such as chestnut brown, dove grey and steel blue.
It is available to view by appointment only.
This is part of Avanton’s £260m GDV mixed-use development on York Road, which will provide 130 private-sale apartments in a 90-metres tall tower.
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Residents will have access to luxury amenities, including a 24-hour concierge, gym, club lounge, and landscaped courtyard gardens with architecture by Patel Taylor.
Kitchen of the new Coda show apartment
David Ronson, sales and marketing director at Avanton, said: “…We are delighted that our flagship development Coda is set to complete this autumn and the first residents can move in soon to enjoy the high quality lifestyle on offer.”
Juliana Ardenius, founder and CEO at JMI Studio, commented: “We drew on inspiration from local Battersea Park and brought in subtle tones and textures evoking nature throughout the home.
“Coda offers an exceptional calibre of living and it was a delight to help showcase the lifestyle on offer.