The artist, who grew up in the shadow of London's Battersea power station, says, "Once you become aware of the implications of climate change for future generations, it is almost as if you have to respond. But I’m not a scientist or a campaigner, I’m an artist. I’m interested in the philosophy of climate change […]
LONDON — The firm building homes at Battersea Power Station will make a £1.8 billion profit on the project despite slashing the number of affordable homes it plans to build due to a lack of commercial "viability." Wandsworth CouncilShow More Summary
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Having a bit of a makeover.
New views of the dirty old river.
The real reason it doesn't have a roof.
London's Battersea Power Station has been part of the city fabric for nearly a century. The iconic brick building — which sits in the center of London — was featured in The Beatles' 1965 film "Help!," on the cover of Pink Floyd's 1977...Show More Summary
Apple has announced the location for their first centralized headquarters based in London. Apple will be the largest corporate resident of the Battersea Power Station, a former industrial building built alongside the Thames. The new office, spanning six floors and 46,000 square meters, will have room for 1,400 staff. Show More Summary
We learned a few weeks ago that Apple would be opening a major new UK campus inside the iconic Battersea Power Station building. A developer video has now given us a sneak preview of how the $17B redevelopment will look once it is complete...Show More Summary
Apple's new UK headquarters will be part of a £14 billion redevelopment at Battersea Power Station. The US tech giant will relocate 1,400 employees to the site in 2021 and it will take up around 40% of the office space in the old power...Show More Summary
Apple is moving its UK headquarters to the Battersea Power Station — London's iconic brick building that Pink Floyd portrayed on the cover of its 1977 album "Animals." The station's redevelopment is part of an estimated $16.5 billion...Show More Summary
The tech behemoth is taking 500,000 square feet for a new campus at the site The gorgeous Art Deco power station at the Battersea development—the same one that appears on Pink Floyd's album cover for Animals and that Bjarke Ingels wants...Show More Summary
The former power station lay derelict since it stopped generating electricity in 1983, but is undergoing a $11.7 billion makeover.
The Battersea Power Station on the Thames River is undergoing a $10.4 billion redevelopment
Battersea Power Station Company has confirmed their "largest office tenant" in London will be none other than tech company Apple. The electronics giant will sprawl across six floors and 500,000 square feet inside the "central Boiler House" of the former power station. Show More Summary
Apple is leasing office space at the Battersea Power Station - and will move 1 400 employees there in 2021. ||| London - Apple is leasing about 500 000 square feet (46 450 square metres) of office space at Battersea Power Station on the south bank of London’s River Thames. Show More Summary
Apple will be the largest tenant in the redeveloped Battersea Power Station by the banks of the river Thames.
Apple has signed the lease for a large new headquarters to be located in London's iconic Battersea Power Station. A heritage-protected former coal-fired power station situated on the banks of the River Thames, the site is currently undergoing...Show More Summary