See the sun rise and fall on the city that sometimes sleeps, from your bed.

When British Land took on the development of the Triton Penthouses their aim was to create sky living in the heart of London. And with panoramic views over the City and Regent’s Park, boy have they achieved it. Featuring architecture by Stephen Marshall Architects and Tate Hindle, and interior design by Douglas Mackie, the 4,053 sq ft City Penthouse was conceived as a piece of sculptural art, with a large woven pattern of aluminium that defines the buildings façade.

Working with the timber and marble interiors, Mackie incorporates the best parts of American and Italian post-war design. Taking over the 22nd to 25th floors it has sensational outside terrace areas as well as 24-hour concierge services provided by the multilingual Harrods Estates, the inside / outside sky rooms and terrace give a sense of shelter; two rooftop sky rooms have been styled as a bar, and the other a gym. And the entire structure is illuminated at night, for that extra bit of wow-factor.

Prices for the penthouses at The Triton Building start from £6 million.