Lincoln Square London is located on an island site bounded by the Royal Courts of Justice, New Court Chambers, the London School of Economics, and the Royal College of Surgeons.
Lincoln Square is a high-end residential building, with 10 floors of apartments, from studios to penthouses, a private amenity center for residents’ use, as well as a car parking and cycle storage. The building provides its visitors with a breathtaking view of the London skyline. The luxurious apartment development is surrounded by historical and cultural areas, that inspired many artists and poets. As well as fine-dining options.
The charm of the Portuguese limestone Moleanos, provided by LSI Stone, is noticeable not only for the residents but for those who pass through Carey Street. The neutral colors of the façade match the delicate beige of the nearby buildings.
The finish used on the entire stone façade is bush hammered. This finish is acquired when hitting the material, with a masonry tool called a bush hammer, that generates uniformly distributed craters of different sizes over the surface of the natural stone. This process is done with specific machinery.
The modern design contrasting with the historical buildings turns the city block into an amazing place to live and be.