A new take on the London crescent.
The Garden Series.

Imagine living in the middle of a city and waking up every morning to see a lush landscape outside your window.

The Garden Series at Television Centre is a peaceful collection of apartments in the newly constructed Crescent building that overlook stunning private courtyard gardens.

Living room: 2 bedroom apartment

Kitchen: 2 bedroom apartment

Residents’ lounge

Garden terraces

Balconies with garden views

Bedroom: 2 bedroom apartment

Bathroom: 2 bedroom apartment

Terraces

Terraces

With high ceilings, deep terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows, the ground floor apartments are designed to take full advantage of the landscaped courtyard as an extension of the living space.

Balconies

Balconies

Residents on the upper floors will benefit from generous balconies with glazed balustrades that provide shelter, while letting the sunlight pour in.

The Gardens

Following the elegant curve between the Helios and the Crescent — a space wider than a London street — a private garden awaits for each resident to explore and enjoy.

Siberian bugloss

Siberian bugloss
(Brunnera macrophylla)

A close cousin of the forget-me-not, these hardy flowers come with heart-shaped leaves and delicate blue petals. Enjoy the eight-week bloom in mid-spring.

Mophead hydrangea

Mophead hydrangea
(Hydrangea aspera)

These are among the most splendid of the hydrangea family: clusters of tiny fragrant purple petals are framed by a crown of white flowers.

Juneberry

Juneberry
(Amelanchier lamarckii)

As the name suggests, every June the delicate star-shaped flowers of the juneberry give way to plump, edible berries in deep shades of reddish purple.

Golden male fern

Golden male fern
(Dryopteris affinis)

The sumptuous green burst of these shuttlecock ferns can be found throughout the British woodlands.

Abelia

Abelia
(Abelia × grandiflora)

Enjoy the late-summer bounty of this flowering shrub. Its flowers are petite but plentiful, growing in the shape of little trumpets with blushes of pink on white.

Geum

Geum
(Geum coccineum ‘Borisii’)

A small perennial that produces peppy orange flowers and attracts butterflies and honeybees.

Japanese maple ‘Osakazuki’

Japanese maple ‘Osakazuki’
(Acer palmatum ‘Osakazuki’)

These leafy shrubs are a cheerful green with a pop of red from the unique winged fruit that emerges every summer.

Japanese maple

Japanese maple
(Acer palmatum)

Maple trees are known for their magnificent autumn colouring, and Japanese maples are the brightest of them all. Their leaves turn an intense scarlet before falling for the winter.

Japanese anemone

Japanese anemone
(Anemone × hybrida)

These kelly green perennials offer year-round green, with tufts of cheerful powder-white flowers from August to October.

Witch hazel

Witch hazel
(Hamamelis × intermedia ‘Jelena’)

When all is bare in the winter, the radiant copper of these sinewy blossoms shines through the landscape, accompanied by a gentle aroma of sweetness.

Columbine

Columbine
(Aquilegia vulgaris var. ‘stellata Ruby Port’)

With dainty petals in a full-bodied red, these naturally roaming wildflowers grow in leafy clumps and bloom in late spring and early summer.

Crocus

Crocus
(Crocus chrysanthus ‘blue pearl’)

This variant of the crocus combines soft shades of blue, lavender, silver and yellow in its goblet-shaped flowers.

“When you’ve got plants that are thriving and growing and flowering, it suggests to us this space is in balance. The air feels cleaner. Subliminally we enjoy it.”

Stephen Richards,
Gillespies