Control Room A, Battersea
Control Room A is the jewel in the crown of Battersea Power Station, a landmark on the London skyline and an important part of the city’s identity.
The Grade II listed Art Deco space has been expertly restored by architect WilkinsonEyre. The original control panels and machinery have been returned to their former glory. Including teak parquet floors, marble finishings and an elaborate gold-coffered glass ceiling bring Art Deco glamour at its most authentic.
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