The OWO Residences by Raffles unveils four branded residences

The OWO Residences by Raffles unveils four branded residences



The world-class designed apartments include bespoke designs.  

If walls could talk, we would want to listen to The OWO Residences by Raffles. Located in Whitehall, London, it was previously the Ministry of Defence, which welcomed Prime Minister Winston Churchill and inspired Ian Fleming's James Bond. Now, it is home to 85 luxury apartments and has unveiled four of its branded residences. FACT got a sneak peek inside, and here's how to get your hands on history.

In 2023, the five-star hotel Raffles London at The OWO opened, and OWO Residences by Raffles followed. The Grade II listed building is steeped in stories and was previously The Palace of Whitehall and Henry VIII's home. The offices were once used by David Lloyd George, John Profumo and T.E Lawrence aka Lawrence of Arabia. 

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OWO Residences by Raffles' apartments 

OWO Residences by Raffles newest apartments have drawn inspiration from history, and been designed Angel O'Donnell, Accouter, HBA and RJP Design. The apartments range from £8.75 million to £19.95 million and come with world-class facilities. Visitors can make the most of a state-of-the-art gym, wellness centre and the neighbouring hotel. Plus, it includes one of the most glamorous private cinemas in London. 

Partner, 1508 London, Hamish Brown, explained: "This project has been eight years in the making, and we are extremely proud to have been part of the team of designers, architects and visionaries who came together to transform this iconic building, playing a part in reviving British heritage. Through the power of considered interior design, we have played a role in shaping the history of this iconic building. Through our design for The OWO Residences, we have been able to transform this masterpiece of the Edwardian era into a world-class hospitality destination ideal for 21st Century luxury living." 

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Apartment 2.01 by Angel O'Donnell

Apartment 2.01 by Angel O'Donnell costs £19.95 million. The apartment is a modern marvel celebrating British artists, designers and manufacturers. The team made the most of the high ceilings, thanks to the large-scale artworks and towering trees. The bedroom boasts a beautiful curved design, and the rooms include hand-thrown ceramics and bespoke furniture.

Apartment 5.10 by Accouter Group costs £8.75 million, includes two bedrooms, and spans more than 1,400 square feet. The lead designers were Sasha Dudely-Ryder and Isabella Nelson, and the aim was to maximise on the beauty of the building. The home boasts bespoke furniture and curated antiques. 

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Apartment 3.11 by HBA

Apartment 3.11 by HBA costs £18.5 million and includes three bedrooms and a study. Spanning more than 3,000 square feet, the lead designer was Patrycja Madecka. The apartment includes a bar, gallery and three bespoke crystal chandeliers. 

Creative Director at HBA, Katie Earl, explained: "We decided to come up with a narrative with the residence. This is a person who is coming up with their own story, and the narrative was the explorer who is travelling and seeing amazing places. So, there is collecting and curating over a lifetime. There is a playfulness of modern and vintage items, which shows in the artworks and fabrics".

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Apartment 4.04 by RJP Design

Apartment 4.04 by RJP Design costs £15.5 million. The family-friendly space includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a terrace. Spanning more than 2,400 square feet and two floors, it feels like a townhouse inside an apartment building. 

OWO Residences by Raffles are available now. 

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