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As part of our process to select the perfect design-led turnkey solution for you, our interior designers and buying team collectively ensure the furniture collections they select for your property are not only practical, handcrafted, and of high-quality, but are reflective of the areas they are situated in. As always, for our latest schemes at the Television Centre (TVC), we did our research. Our talented team curated exclusive one-bed and two-bed furniture collections with influence of the vibrant, urban quarter that White City has now blossomed into with it's £8 billion decade-long regeneration.




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These two exclusive furniture collections are our contribution towards the areas transformation. From an expansion of railway connections to countless hang-out spots, we just had to look into what else is on offer at the TVC grounds.




Dotted around Europe and North America, Soho House is the ultimate private members’ club for the creatives. The latest has opened at TVC boasting views over the famous TVC forecourt, a 47 bedroom hotel in The Helios, a 3-screen cinema, and a rooftop swimming pool and terrace we are dying to take a dip in! In addition to this, Soho House is also opening the 'House Gym', its very first public health club.




A colony of busy honeybees now perch on the roof of Studio 1 from the London Bee Company, an independent business with aims to promote healthy bee colonies in a sustainable manner. Healthy bees make a healthy planet. The London Bee Company's mission is to promote healthy bee colonies in a responsible and sustainable manner.


Wonder what you'll be chomping on while you're there? You're spoilt with choice on the grounds of TVC with Bluebird caféHomeslice and Patty & Bun lining the forecourt. However, if you fancy whipping up something yourself, Bayley and Sage are also opening a store so you can pop in for some seasonal fruit and veg!



the new public park


Not only have you got the second phase of Westfield which now hosts the largest John Lewis yet, TFL plan to open 31 of its railway arches near Wood Lane Tube station, bridging over a new public park. Connectivity in the neighbourhood has also improved by creating new pedestrian passageways and transforming these currently unused spaces into an exciting mix of commercial and leisure venues.