In the midst of the skyscrapers and waterways of Canary Wharf, Wardian London offers an oasis of nature. Comprising two iconic apartment towers with restaurants, curated shops and stunning facilities, the vision is to create a new address like no other, a haven of peace and beauty in the heart of London. This theme isn’t limited to the public spaces, but carries through into the apartments themselves, with every single apartment enjoying not just a balcony but a fully-fledged garden.
“Every single apartment enjoys not just a balcony but a fully-fledged garden.”
Why ‘Wardian’? Because the towers’ design has been inspired by the work of one Londoner, the great explorer, botanist, and inventor, Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward. A doctor by trade, he changed the world with his botanical glass container, the deceptively simple-looking ‘Wardian case’, and while contemporary renderings of that design are a defining feature of Wardian, the influence goes beyond the mere visible. The vision for Wardian is to take inspiration from his curiosity, his spirit of adventure and his sense of precision, and to create the most exciting new development in the English capital.